Friday, July 30, 2010


3 poems


COURSE


A blue golf shirt and khaki shorts urinate into some trees. Their penis was long gone.
All male golfers pee into little boys. A cart suffers from eternal fever.

If a blue golf shirt is against the law, trees should be charged through shorter penis time.
Urine was put on a diet in the hole of an absolute angel.

A loaf on top of a tree was once a little boy. So flows the summer of khaki asparagus.


PACIFIST WOO

Hawks are not a photoshop messup. Like us, they wonder if they brushed their teeth today.

There is mystery when you like to order anything you like.

Semblances of us buck as roast beef suddenly appears where the hawks were photoshopped.

A real dude brushes the hairs on his back. They are in stock now, grabbing popcorn.


SHEPHERD 

Stars in heat. That's my memo for a footjob. Once gravity contorts, motorboats will be hanging down to my knees. A voice in a couple of beers throws them over my shoulders, how gross.

Knees in heat. Blown up air is just a plumber. Plastic fangs on all his shoulders. Gravity is such a soiled customer.

Footjob on a motorboat. A big butt with a head vomits into my mouth a little. Poking me in the eye puts balloons in my pants.

Friday, July 23, 2010

Saturday, July 17, 2010

GORE Review


Kevin Dunfey, an excellent artist and writer living in Brooklyn, wrote this review blurb of my recent chapbook GORE.


I find it keen, original, and welcoming. Hopefully you'll find something too. 

Thursday, July 15, 2010

A LARGE RETAILER


Ronin Press, based out of London, recently published my e-book


A Large Retailer


It consists of some terse, abstract poems interlaced with some equally terse but blatant photography. 


There's a chance the book may be available in a print edition in a future age. If you'd like one please harass its editor Owen Calvert, a poet responsible for these two twisted delights:


Notes From A Felltown & Tube Rats


Thanks.

Friday, July 9, 2010

GORE Available


After some initial technical difficulties, my chapbook GORE is now available from Calliope Nerve Media both in a print edition and for the next 30 days as a free download. 


Here is where you get your bagel dog on.


Anyone interested in doing reviews or reenacting some of the perversities contained within the book should contact either its editor Nobius Black via nobius@gmail.com or if foolish enough me @ 917-327-3203


I hope you're pleasured while reading.