Monthly Archives: April 2012

Monday, 4/30

I meant what I said: I am going back to prose in the morning. But once, when I was twenty-years old and living in New York, I went on a rant against Starbucks to this person I was trying to … Continue reading

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Sunday, 4/29

Poetry month is almost over; up next: May. Tomorrow is my last day at Stockton until the fall. Until the fall. It has such an ache to it. I am grading research papers. I also need to start revising four … Continue reading

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Saturday, 4/28

Kathy Graber is reading at the Noyes this afternoon! Afterwards, I’m looking forward to a quiet weekend thereafter. I feel very calm, for some reason, this morning, and hope it will last. At the South Jersey translation of Irish pub, … Continue reading

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Friday, 4/27

Poetry month is almost over. In anticipation of that (perhaps), I have apparently won a fiction contest over at Elephant Talk. Today, I return to my alma mater, Ocean City High School, for their poetry day. I’ll be bringing copies … Continue reading

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Thursday, 4/26

I Skyped with my sister last night. I said, “So, I’ve been posting poems, old and new, mostly new now, to feed the new blog, you know, but now I’m getting good-anxious for poetry month to be over so I … Continue reading

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Wednesday, 4/25

It is that time of year when one thinks of getting older, for some reason, and of moving on to the next season & newer stage. My friend Rita is joining the alleyways group this summer as an artist-in-residence, to … Continue reading

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Tuesday, 4/24

My friend Aubri, who was once a student but who now has become a classmate and even teacher (we have exchanged all of the old titles for new, better-fitting ones), wrote this wonderful poem that she presented at the Creative … Continue reading

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