I may be extremely late to the party (it happens frequently) but last week I learned about Zonkeys. That they exist. Here’s some sexy zonkey background: The Zonkey is a hybrid animal that is created by cross-breeding two different species of animal that belong to the same genetic group. Technically though, an individual is only […]
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I was walking on another trail in my hood, this one heading straight down from Kite Hill. It must have been around Easter. As if that could explain why I encountered three beautiful slices of legendary HoneyBaked ham, evenly spaced on the footpath like little pork pavers. Nice thick pieces with crusty glaze coating just […]
I take morning walks a couple days a week up to Kite Hill. My heart doctor recommends it, since the election. The past couple months, I’ve been coming across garbage at the end of the road past my dead end street. From overenthusiastic garbage trucks, recklessly heaving their bins. There’s a maxipad in particular that […]
I’ve been thinking about resurrecting this old blog that used to be called Bigfoot Lives! but I haven’t been sure how/what/why. So here’s a photo of a print that I love that’s in my office. There’s some stuff reflected in the glass. Get over it. I purchased the print at a WriteGirl benefit a bunch […]
Reviewed by Karen Rigby February 27, 2014 Reinventing oneself becomes an imaginative feat in these arresting short stories. Tracy DeBrincat returns via her third book with portraits of distressed youth who seek change through hyperbolic, imaginative, or risky feats, and women in apparently stable relationships who experience unspoken doubts. With an accomplished eye for interior […]
HAPPY BIRTHDAY HD (HILDA DOOLITTLE) & WCW (WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS) @ BEYOND BAROQUE! 9/21/2013 Was thrilled to read last night along with notable and esteemed poets Harry Northup, Brendan Constantine & Holly Prado. Here’s the text: You might be wondering why a fiction writer is reading at this celebration of imagist poets. I originally inquired […]