official statistics indicate 90% of stock-photo subjects regularly enjoy listening to my mp3 poetry recordings. 10% did not know the archives exist, but now intend to check them out at the first available opportunity. ‘dog days’ is new today.
Monthly Archive for February, 2007
well richard tagged me to list my 10 favourite movies. i’m unsure about this one, mainly because my knowledge of ‘film’ isn’t that great. i’d like to be a buff, but other things intervene. that said i will attempt it. (in no specific order) 1. Annie – John Huston. my sister paula & i watched [...]
apparently, some of my poetry is reviewed in the first edition of ‘Inside Poetry‘, an internet radio show run by Rick Mullin & James Knowles. I haven’t heard what they have to say yet, my internet connection is being surly tonight, & i won’t hear if for another hour & 47 minutes it seems. but [...]
before i got this book in the mail i read on someone’s blog that it had a lot of sex in it: i was a bit nervous about that. maybe that’s just my thing to deal with. anyway i’m over it. Super 8 is one of the most original things i’ve seen in quite a [...]
never one to admit the technical details / never much liked the short back & sides look / what is it oxalis poisoning my dream of parsley on demand / i curse that / queensland minister says we don’t want southerners takin our water / it is my water anyway / the tone the mood [...]
Posted in poetry on Feb 18th, 2007
david i’ve been thinking about your dangerous drivinghow buckmaster killed himself methodically& also persiflage the word of the day / this another riotous evening at theathletics oval (yesterday things clouded over late & talk was of rain – regardless today looks to do the same) i mean what are resultsthe benefits of cross-referencing arebecoming less [...]
the procrustes myth is one favoured by critical types. just a thought. so i venture out to the library to do some serious work, but i end up leafing through the next round of journals that came in over the summer holiday (yes i am the scum who does not subscribe to journals but reads [...]
i was surprised a while back to receive a book in the mail, & a request from harpercollins that i should email my 300 word review back to them in a few days. i completely forgot i signed up for that. but anyway it’s here, with a number of other reader-reviews. what can you say [...]
well nothing that exciting…however i did just perform a major update of my blog links. i’m pretty sure now that all blogs i get feeds from are listed over there on the side. it was an interesting process – some of the blogs haven’t been updated for months (cassie lewis has disappeared, michael farrells’s ‘culture [...]
wow why can’t i seem to post on this blog regularly. i must have nothing to say. been reading an old selected poems by Pam Brown. it’s fantastic. the clash of the i & the you. i don’t know anything else.