My poem "Underwhelmed, if that's a word" is now online at The Walrus, awaiting your unenthusiastic appraisal.
UPDATE: The comments stream following the poem is starting to get quite entertaining.
Monday, January 31, 2011
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Saturday, January 29, 2011
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Thursday, January 27, 2011
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Monday, January 24, 2011
I posted a new version of my poem-in-progress, which is not something I usually do. What I typically do is post a working draft I'm reasonably happy with and twiddle and tweak it without saying anything about the twiddles n tweaks. But I did quite a bit of tweaking on it today, so I decided to repost it altogether and undo some of the tweaks (the ones I could remember, as I'm bad about keeping drafts) in the previous post. So if you're curious to see a bit of step-by-step in my revision process, you now can, you lucky ducks.
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Just found out that my brief reviews of Jim Johnstone's Patternicity and Jeff Latosik's Tiny, Frantic, Stronger are now online (along with many other reviews) at Arc's website.
I also found out that my poem "Underwhelmed, if That's a Word" is in the new issue of The Walrus, which I haven't seen yet, but I got an email from someone who has, so if it's not on a newsstand near you, it soon will be, tra-la.
Posted by Zachariah Wells at 6:28 PM
Saturday, January 22, 2011
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Wednesday, January 19, 2011
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Friday, January 7, 2011
Michael Lista think that Joshua Trotter's All This Could Be Yours is one of the five best books of 2010. And he's in some heavyweight company here. I'm super-biased, having edited the thing, but I agree. (I edited it because I think it's a great book, not the other way around; editing Josh's ms. was, I must say, not a tall order.) Order yours today!
Posted by Zachariah Wells at 11:24 AM
Saturday, January 1, 2011
Posted by Zachariah Wells at 9:51 AM