This Zine Will Change Your Life: BILL YARROW IS A MOVIE ALSO CALLED BILL YARROW by David Tomaloff
Super Ben Tanzer published a suite of expository poems I wrote about legendary poet and probable NSA secret operative Bill Yarrow over at This Zine Will Change Your Life. I had a chance to read these back in December with Meg Tuite in the presence of the man himself. This copy was originally sent to Ben as evidence in case I did not return.
probably joining a raccoon gang because that peanut butter though
me today, shouting about life goals to some geese omg geese have no idea about this life
My Chest Which is Yet on the Plains
The Rain, Party, and Disaster Society kindly published a poem of mine today. I like when that happens. Notably, this poem is part of my contribution to the collaborative manuscript Scott Bugher and I recently finished, titled Ledger & String. I’m happy to see these getting out into the world. Thanks, RP&D!
I just want to listen to elephants a lot.
me today, talking junk to some stupid snow and kicking it like omg just go the fuck away already am I right?
raccoons are pretty much just bears made out of cats.
me today, just saying
INTERPRETIVE NOTES TO AN INTERVIEW REGARDING EXIT WOUNDS | theNewerYork Press
Oh man, everyone. The Newer York, though. I can be found there today. Please come find me there today. Let’s do this. We can do this. You can do this. Sign here.
I heard the sound of a dog barking inside of a robot today and I liked it.
me today, probably standing somewhere near a spider or a lightning bug made of spider parts, or (obviously) a robot
SF&D | Winter 2014 [Pushcart]
The [Pushcart] issue of SF&D features new work by the six 2013 Pushcart nominees from Short, Fast, and Deadly: Silvia Bonilla, Thomas Fucaloro, Erin Entrada Kelly, Sarah Kendall, Rebecca Nison, and David Tomaloff.
I’m proud to be featured in Short, Fast, and Deadly's 'Pushcart Nominees' special issue, where I can be found dodging short interview questions and also swerving. Swerve. Thanks, Joseph A. W. Quintela and Parker Tettleton.