Monthly Archives: June 2018

I’m rereading John Gardner’s Nickel Mountain because of a poem I’m writing, and I came across something I didn’t notice the first time through – a set of brackets that includes three whole paragraphs, two of them quite long, the three of them comprising almost two whole pages and something like half the chapter. Now that’s a set of brackets to be proud of.

So, you can check out my latest chapbooks and broadsheets (and older stuff too) at Ephemera Fanfare on June 26 (tomorrow), 7:30 PM, at the eBar. There will be a whole bunch of local print ephemera there – postcards, chapbooks, broadsheets – along with music and booze. There’s more information on the Facebook event page – You’re all welcome to come on out.