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Oct
23rd
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Reading 10/23/13 in Philly

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I’ll be reading along with the talented Valerie HsiungMaria Anderson,  Natalie Lyalin, and Lillian Dunn at the Chapterhouse Cafe

Valerie is on her first book tour for TWO new books out from O Balthazar Press.  

Starts at 7pm. Come on out! 

Apr
12th
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Reading in NYC

I’ll be reading (along with 70 other poets) around 4 pm at the Rainbow Book Fair this Saturday, April 13th. 

5th ANNUAL NEW YORK RAINBOW BOOK FAIR

Saturday, April 13, 2013 12noon–6pm

Holiday Inn Midtown

440 W.57th Street, NYC 10019

The Holiday Inn is located between 9th and 10th Avenue

Oct
23rd
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Sep
20th
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Video for “Unring A Bell” off Grubby Little Hands’ new album, shot by Brian Melton

Sep
18th
Tue
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My good friends Grubby Little Hands released THE GRASS GREW AROUND OUR FEET today.
The album is liquid pop phantasmagoria, straddling the line between melody and landscape, process and intuition. It occupies that liminal moment, when you’ve just woken up and haven’t quite shaken the dream from your eyes, when anything is vaguely possible, when you might “unring a bell”… but then you blink, catch the sun coming through your window, and remember. And you think to yourself: it’s just as well.  
Listen and download here. Order on limited edition sea foam vinyl here (I got to help them out with the album cover and show poster). Catch them live this Saturday. 

My good friends Grubby Little Hands released THE GRASS GREW AROUND OUR FEET today.

The album is liquid pop phantasmagoria, straddling the line between melody and landscape, process and intuition. It occupies that liminal moment, when you’ve just woken up and haven’t quite shaken the dream from your eyes, when anything is vaguely possible, when you might “unring a bell”… but then you blink, catch the sun coming through your window, and remember. And you think to yourself: it’s just as well.  

Listen and download here. Order on limited edition sea foam vinyl here (I got to help them out with the album cover and show poster). Catch them live this Saturday

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17th
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Aug
28th
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Aug
14th
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Philly Copy

This happened about a year ago (maybe a little more), but I just got around to snapping a picture the other day. 

The city was building a trolly stop near this abandoned shack. At some point they removed most of the plywood which had been covering up the shack (who knows why) to reveal this amazing sign: 

BEATS ME / I’m not talking to you / PORK / Our own seasoning tender & juicy! / NOBODY / is watching the children 

I don’t know who is responsible for the sign, or what the circumstances were when this place was in business.

On the other side of the building, the copy continues: 

TOO FAST & NO VALUES / (unintelligible) / The color of thoughts / STOP / THE VOWELS / CHEESE PEACE

Go see it at the corner of Frankford & Delaware Ave while it’s still there! 

Aug
7th
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