Thank You Babylon Beacon

Babylon poet Deborah Hauser selected for National Poetry Month Deborah Hauser was selected as an Official Pulitzer Remixer for National Poetry Month. Eighty-five poets from seven countries will create found poetry from the 85 Pulitzer Prize winning works of fiction as part of Pulitzer Remix, a 2013 National Poetry Month initiative. Each poet will post […]

The Next-Big-Thing Interview

The Next-Big-Thing Interview Thank you to Anthony DiMatteo, a fellow Long Island poet, for tagging me for this interview. Here are my answers with reference to my poetry chapbook which was published by Finishing Line Press (Georgetown, KY) in 2011. What is the title of your book? Ennui: From the Diagnostic and Statistical Field Guide […]

Pulitzer Remix Poem #29

“Noon, Sunday” is Pulitzer poem #29. It’s a collage inspired by the wonderful haikus I’ve been reading by the other other Remixers. http://www.pulitzerremix.com/titles/a-summons-to-memphis/april-29-noon-sunday/

Pulitzer Remix Poem #27

Today’s poem is very loosely based on Gary Glauber’s technique of working with the last sentence of each chapter of the text. I am grateful to Gary and all the remixers for sharing their techniques and processes. Just when I think the well is completely dry, one of you provides the inspiration for the next […]

Pulitzer Remix Poem #26

Poem #26 for the Remix is a collage from pages 92-93 titled “I Gave Up Visiting Junk Shops and Writing Poetry.” I think this may be my favorite title. http://www.pulitzerremix.com/titles/a-summons-to-memphis/april-26-i-gave-up-visiting-junk-shops-and-writing-poetry/

Pulitzer Remix Poem # 22

Poem #22 for the Pulitzer Remix titled “Girls Before The War” is a collage from “A Summons To Memphis.” http://www.pulitzerremix.com/titles/a-summons-to-memphis/april-22-girls-before-the-war/