Sometimes you have to go do something else and wait while the well fills up again. Even Bukowski didn't write every day, didn't write many poems while working on novels, etc.. If you approach writing - poetry especially - like a job that you have to do every day, that starts to comes through in the words. That's my take anyway. Your mileage may vary.justin took a break from writing a while back, but has started again recently.
At least one copy of The Magnificent Seven (2004, 12 Gauge Press) is available at the GPP store for a mere 5 bucks.There were two other chapbooks which are tough to find. One published by Mystery Island and one published by 12 Gauge Press. Anyone interested in buying these should contact the author as 12 Gauge Press is gone, with Gary Aposhian having passed away and I'm not sure if Mystery Island has any more copies of his book.
You mentioned barrett, & Cunningham. Also Dan Fante & Tony O'Neill have/are publishing with this little Irish outifit...
As to what happened to him...pretty sure his disappearance had something to do with a Trans Am, a suitcase of China White, & Wendover, NV...
i hear this guy Hosho McCreesh is a damned good poet also.
Guess what, yes of course, just got the book.Ponder said:Haven't receieved it yet.
could anyone tell me which would be a good book of his to start off with?
And, uh, I assume someone preordered and didn't pay. Something like that.
I have a few copies of the Richard Krech hardback available. $23 in the US, $26 outside the US. There were only 26 of these, and I never announced this on my site or e-mails, letting it sell only by word of mouth.
I just received a copy of the limited edition hardcover of McCreesh's MARCHING UNABASHED INTO THE WEEPING, SEARING SUN, and I have to say it's a monster, all the way around. It's fine art housed in fine art conjured up by a couple of insane (the good kind of insane) motherfuckers.
That's a positive review, if I wasn't clear.
How did I get a limited hardcover? Let's just say it pays to have connections, baby!
If you read between the lines here it's pretty obvious that someone is writing a screenplay for a big screen adaptation of Full House.what he is writing is something far more, and far less. something between the moon and new york city. something unnameable and indefinable.
If you read between the lines here it's pretty obvious that someone is writing a screenplay for a big screen adaptation of Full House.
TMZ says Mary-Kate and Ashley have already signed on, so the pressure on the screenwriter must be enormous.