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How books are made

Posted on Sunday, August 1st, 2010

Click for big! Writers go on about having inspiration and all that boring stuff, when the truth of it is pretty much what you see here.

I’m Sorry, Caroline

Posted on Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

PROMISE the piano song will be finished for next week, for now: a WatchPaper tune. Punched me in the mouth and I lost my teeth Now I’m all bark with no one to bite I used to think that I was tough But then you went and called my bluff I’m so sorry, Caroline. She’s [...]

Amanda in Orange

Posted on Monday, July 26th, 2010

This is a painting of my friend Amanda. Done in acrylic ink and watercolor. 12″ x 15″ You can view a few process pictures on my flickr account


Posted on Friday, July 23rd, 2010

Kudzu Restless as the interstate, it creeps one foot a day – an exponential reach that sings. Suburban nostalgia ignites a sparkler in my belly: glorious green ruin! Near this hill is a house rendered in kudzu: the furniture arranged, the piano waiting for fingers. “Death is always at work,” I remember. Invading the invasive, [...]

The Golem Wastes #6: The Hills Are Alive

Posted on Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

Who are these men? What could they want? How does he keep his mustache trimmed so neatly out here in the desert? These answers and more in next week’s The Golem Wastes!


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