Archive for July, 2014

poem for the house by Katie Yates. Stockport Flats, 2012 | The Volta


The Volta: Friday Feature.

emergent story by Katie Yates

of dizziness, sexuality & circles around @ streetcorners, city-life, under-explained, trips into, foreclosure, definitiveness, color that is sound for today. 

emergent story by Katie Yates.

Van Morrison – When The Leaves Come Falling Down – live

“Orchard” by Kindling Stone

word pond

~ thank you, Sabine Miller

~ for all those travelers going home . . . 

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Three Poems by Anne Gorrick | otoliths #34 August 2014

Flora Valley 1a

Flora Valley by Mark Young

Anne Gorrick: Three Poems | Otoliths #34 August 2014

Zeitgeist Spam: In the House of the Hangman 1749

In the House of the Hangman 1749

My beauty has a Black Friday velocity. She replaces the pool water with pee. My beauty has the attributes of the Number 8, she made a temple out of tires for the Cat Goddess, for men and women who dance like birds and salmon herds, her red pyramids name the wind like a radio the South West Wind, The Maltese Falcon and Farewell, My Lovely. My email account had a dark and twisted fantasy about Walmart and sableye, antelope goggles, a helicopter, herbicide, a diary mask ammo kit. The moon is enough for us in Spanish, even when death goes undetected by Beauticontrol™. If you look up tonight, the stars have no makeup. Make up some statistics about them on the spot. His everythings were shallow, not a cough in a carload. Start a sentence with “a religion of doors”. But there were shy violets, birds – skylit, scarlet, nautical twilight, small wars smuggled like smart chargers, it’s so beautiful there, trees mistaken for transitional fossils and the trout are great. . . 

Zeitgeist Spam: In the House of the Hangman 1749.

BP Oil Spill Is Much Worse Than People Think, Scientists Say | ThinkProgress



Marine reef ecologist Scott Porter holds coral samples he removed from an oil rig in waters, Monday, June 7, 2010, in the Gulf of Mexico south of Venice, La.

BP Oil Spill Is Much Worse Than People Think, Scientists Say | ThinkProgress.