This literary reading event is happening soon on Capitol Hill in Seattle: Tuesday, August 9th, from 730-9pm, at Vermillion. Featured readers are Kimberly Lyons, Vyt Bakaitis, Deborah Woodard, Faiza Sultan, and Samar Abulhassan–an incredible line-up of locals of and guests to Seattle.
Here’s a list of all the book reviews I’ve written and published in 2016.
Have you heard of David Nelson? He lives in Vancouver, Washington, though he used to be a resident of Seattle. His work is prolific, ranging from vispo/concrete to linguistic/translation.
The following pictures are “city shots” of Hong Kong. Some of the most compelling components of the visit to Hong Kong is being bombarded by daunting buildings, densely packed in, and the people that operate around them.
Scherezade and I recently got back from a trip to Hong Kong. It was both a first for us, and in a short week we were able to see so much. Some of the best shots, of course, that came out of it were those of each other. Here’s a selection.
The following is a list of albums I’ve been listening to during July, 2016.
The following is a poem I have written in preparation for and in spirit of the Summer Solstice.
“South by Sunset,” a serial piece that might be one of my longest projects ever, begins today on Queen Mob’s. It will be published on Mondays for roughly 11 weeks.
For Tanya Holtland, Emiliana Chavez, and Barnabus Gillmon