Friday, June 06, 2008

Guess who made New City's Lit 50? That would be me..amazing considering who else is on there..I was 49, so it was apparently just barely, but I'm psyched nonetheless...and on the subject of egomania (me!me!me!) Talia Reed was kind enough to interview me for her column on space and writing in a cool new zine Oranges & Sardines..

Once again we seem to have skipped any real sort of spring and plunged headlong into summer--a hazy 80's with ridiculous humidity. But I won't complain (ask me again in August how I feel about it). Right now, as long as I'm not shivering in the cold and can wear my flip-flops, I'm happy enough...

There is much underway getting ready for Printer's Row this weekend, including finishing up How to Mend a Broken Heart with Vengeance and reprinting some others. Plus getting subscription copies of the latest titles out, as well as some books to a couple of bookstores. I've sort of been manipulating the dgp schedule a bit (we're a little behind, and I've been moving some things around due to author schedules--readings and such for which books are needed.) I am also working on a special project of my own for fall release, but I'm still fleshing it out...a collage/poetry/appropriated text thingy...

2 comments:

JHK said...

Congrats! Nice company there.

Great interview too. :-)

megalopoet said...

excellent! love those 'bones poems, too!