And another, found through Google, when I wanted to see if its searchy spiders had found this place, yet. What’s the odds of it? Another blog, begun in the spring of the very year, linking affections for compost and zen.
Click to embiggen to see lots of cool textural crap.
One diff, you might learn some from this one about actual composting, which here, you won’t, I don’t think so, no. The blog:
Coupla interesting connects, the last 24 hours, to other minds of compost. One came by way of Facebook.
A jar a day on its way to soil. Lovely.
this find—audio recordings by a number of Black Mountain poets—made while checking the spelling of processual.
This just in from a student — an
online archive of avant-garde and Modernist journals. Looks like a treasure trove.
Blast, Little Review, Apollon, Der Dada, Poesia … enjoy!
And, one more of an evening, this excellent essay by Forrest Gander on George Oppen, whose “World, World—” gave me the title to one below.
Finding the Phenomenal Oppen | Academy of American Poets
On the City Lights Blog:
3 poems from O’Hara’ s as we continue to celebrate the new 50th Anniversary Edition of the book. Lunch Poems
One of the great book titles. Bucky Fuller’s
. Designed with Jerome Agel and Quentin Fiore. I Seem to Be a Verb
You can be a fragment of a noun.
Can’t be a fragment of a verb.
First I typed, fragrant.