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sherrie-theriault's picture
Jan.14.2014
January 14     GRAVITY WORKS ALL THE TIME   Limits and boundaries are a drag.  I hate feeling tied to the ground.  I know I could fly if not for unseen forces.  I sense myself lightening, smoothing, I drop my burdens; I pick up speed.  Fourth dimension!  Hell...
sherrie-theriault's picture
Jan.14.2012
  January 14   GRAVITY WORKS ALL THE TIME         Limits and boundaries are a drag.  I hate feeling tied to the ground.  I know I could fly if not for unseen forces.  I sense myself lightening, smoothing, I drop my burdens; I pick up speed.  Fourth...
jonathan-winters's picture
Nov.24.2009
I am very happy to announce that I have revised the first part of the essay: Wollstonecraft Revisited: A Commentary...  which is not at all limited to that of one of the first feminist critiques of the ideological and practical aspects of patriarchy, but also includes related notes on the...
dale-estey's picture
Nov.20.2009
I luv bread - circuses not so much. I got to partake of a circus the other day. A national circus which is happening right across the whole country of Canada. The Olympic Torch parade. I presume it is still a parade of sorts, even though it is piecemeal and hodge podge as it wends its weary and...
mary-lynn-i-archibald's picture
Jan.11.2009
I only allow myself to watch television on Sundays, though I have a small color set in my office. Somehow I feel guilty if I'm not doing something else at the same time. Know what I mean? Today I'm torn between watching a movie of The Phantom of the Opera on television and answering e-mail. I must...
amy-king's picture
Oct.05.2008
Roland Barthes might be found chuckling in his grave this morning at all of the poet egos lamenting, laughing over, or wringing their hands about a kind of anthology that appeared on the web this morning (read the irate comments already piling up here).  Happily, it appears on a blog called, “For...
sean-beaudoin's picture
Jul.03.2008
My short story The Spectacle has just gone up on Identity Theory, an excellent online lit journal. You can read it and check them out here. There's a lot of interesting stuff on their site, including a recent interview with Dagoberto Gilb, my favorite author of stories about construction workers,...