Why the Che photo?
We have poetic entertainment for U.S. tax day– including a Che Guevara poem. Very appropriate if you think about it, whatever your viewpoint– whether you want more taxes, or less.
Hemingway (and the Bible) said “The Sun Also Rises.”
WE say, “We Also Publish Poetry!”
We hope you enjoy these four poems by underground poet John Grochalski. Should we run more poetry on this site? Can poetry be readable and entertaining? Striking and thought-provoking? Let us know what you think!
i want to ask him how he pulled it off
down there in bolivia
how he fooled us all and lived
but che looks like he hates
the 4 train as much as i do
Is it Halloween yet?
Decorations and haunted houses everyplace tell us that the dubious-but-fun holiday is almost upon us. To add our take we have four poems from Ed Ahern, who specializes in the creepy.
They’re poems about night, death, the adoration of questionable goddesses, and other cryptic topics. Ideal mood music for those who wander the pathways and cemetaries of night– if only within their own heads. Enter corridors of the imagination now.
The rules change at night
When coyotes prowl the gardens
And walled-in huddlers cringe
We’ve published some terrific writing of late. For instance, these two pop poems by Lara Dolphin. They exemplify pop lit: readable, witty, and entertaining. This is poetry for the people– for everybody.
No way will we ever publish bland, meaningless, inscrutable, unmusical, New Yorker-style poetry. Give us Lara Dolphin poems instead!
Finally, toss in
chopped up raw peanuts to make the product impossible
to spread without ripping a hole in your bread.