WHAT ARE YOU DOING WITH YOUR LIFE ON OCTOBER 25? Come flow with us. If you’re on the Facebooks, RSVP to the event.
I’m thrilled to host this crew with the flow!
i memorized my library card's barcode several years before i knew my social security number.
ameliable (at) gmail (dot) com
Shoutout to Chris & Mary for loaning me this beautiful book with one of my favorite poems eva.
Our Flow Is Hard presents Elisabeth Workman and her band of beastly, cosmic, pinwheeling sprites of the big Midwestern prairie. We will descend upon Powderhorn Park to march in avid support of a world in which this book exists: Ultramegaprairieland, Workman’s new collection out from Bloof Books.
Hear EW say TTYL to the WTFs in her Ultramegaprairieland, where extinct bison repeat Communist slogans in their underwear. Join us for a migrating rumpus around the lake, with poetry stops and trollish diversions along the way. The piper of Powderhorn is gathering her thunder… come hear it glitter and sprawl. Maybe Poetry, maybe A-pop-calypse.
With Paula Cisewski, George Farrah, Emily Fedoruk, MC Hyland and musical guests the Southside Aces, and more TBA!!
These Are The Gloria Stories (Kelin Loe)
Even strawberries get it.
jetway? nope, MIA.
Paul D. Dickinson, the punk rock legend of Frances Gumm fame, does not balk at stacks of books or rows of records or tubes of posters. He revels in them. He revels in them so much—in their artfulness, in the communities these objects brings together, in the ideas and songs and pictures they hold—that he, along with partners John Kass (of Go Johnny Go) and Paul “Pash” Pashibin, is opening a record-slash-book-slash-poster store in July. The store will be called Dead Media; the partners have signed a lease for the space at 3330 E. 25th Street in the Seward neighborhood of Minneapolis, across the street from the Birchwood Cafe.