10th December 2013
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"So make lots of noise/ Kiss lots of boys/ Or kiss lots of girls/ If that’s something you’re into/ When the straight and narrow/ Gets a little too straight/ Roll up a joint, or don’t/ Just follow your arrow/ wherever it points."
8th December 2013
Quote reblogged from Neil Gaiman with 759 notes
Nothing, like something, happens anywhere.
Neil Gaiman Fragile Things (via sempiternale)
Actually it’s a Philip Larkin quotation. (I sigh when I notice things I said have gone to be attributed to other people, so try and correct things when I notice other people quotes have attached themselves to me.)
You know what might make a fun occasional blog post? A bibliography to some of your work. I actually think a lot of your fans would love your work even more if they got more of the references. And there are always a LOT of references.
A former English major
6th December 2013
I had s brief chat with My Silent Bravery frontman Matt Shwachman ahead of the XLO Acoustic XMas concert at Mechanics Hall. MSB will be sharing the bill with Daughtry, Delta Rae and Erika Van Pelt.
5th December 2013
In my latest “What You’re Listening To” column, I take a hard look at the latest album from Jared Paul, ahead of his performing for The Dirty Gerund Poetry Show.
2nd December 2013
Do you agree with the Telegram’s Victor D. Infante who posits, in Pop Culture Notebook, that Christmas is inherently weird? and did Lady Gaga and The Muppets prove his point for him?
1st December 2013
Victor D. Infante is a poet, editor and journalist living in Worcester, Mass. He is the editor of the online literary journal, Radius: Poetry From the Center to the Edge. His poems and stories have been published in numerous periodicals, including The Collagist, Pearl, Chiron Review, Word Riot andThe Nervous Breakdown, and anthologies such as Poetry Slam: The Competitive Art of Performance Poetry, Spoken Word Revolution Redux and Aim For the Head: An Anthology of Zombie Poetry. He is the author of City of Insomnia, a poetry collection from Write Bloody Publishing, and a co-editor for the Best Indie Lit New England anthology.
Today at 1 p.m. EST! Stay out of the icy rain. Stay where it’s warm and listen to poetry!
21st November 2013
Today in What You’re Listening To, new music from local James Keyes and Loudboy, fronted by Auburn native John Andrews.