Monday, February 27, 2006

pile of reading


poetry notebook

The M Word: writers on same-sex marriage

The Best Spiritual Writing 1998

issue of The New Yorker from 2005

A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick

The Best American Poetry 2005, guest editor Paul Muldoon, series editor David Lehman

Ox-cart Man by Donald Hall

my booklog which was supposed to / may someday provide the source material for this blog

The Martians by Kim Stanley Robinson

Choteau Creek by Dudley

Song of Rita Joe: autobiography of a Mikmak poet by Rita Joe

Walden / Civil Disobedience by Thoreau

Bitter Fame: a life of Sylvia Plath by Anne Stevenson

Fadeout by Joseph Hansen

World Poetry edited by Washburn, Major, Fadiman

The X-Men, nos 1-10, a volume in the Marvel Masterworks reprint series


LKD said...

Bitter Fame is excellent.

Love love love the photo of that big orange cat on your (?) shoulder. What a big boy he is! And beautiful.

May I use a phrase from your blog in one of my poems? "Then there's rain." I actually want to use it thusly: Then there's the rain.

Of course, there is no poem right now, just that phrase of yours ringing in my head. If the poem gets written, may I use that phrase?

Actually, that big orange cat on the shoulder might end up in the poem too....

Glenn Ingersoll said...

Still reading Bitter Fame. It makes me want to read Plath's poems again. It's been years & years.