for the recipe
for cheese casserole
when I tried
the new oven
the house burnt
only the lawn
furniture is left
I started with my tattoo. It’s just an outline now -- looks like a coloring book that has not yet met the sweaty and smudged hands of a crayoning child. It was quick and not very painful, but I felt like a had a bad sunburn the next day. Also, the opposite shoulder keeps hurting. That happened with the last tattoo -- sympathetic pain in the mirrored part of the body.
Come to my readings?
Christine Hamm is reading her poetry!
Many places and not quite all at once.
One on Tuesday:
The Battle Hill Reading Series
will be serving up a Highfill-Hamm extravaganza…
on Tuesday March 13th at 8PM
Their brilliance will be accompanied by bourbon & brisket, thanks to
our venue-Bar BQ -
Battle Hill Readings
at BarBQ: 20th Street & 6th Avenue
Corner of 20th/6th ave in South Slope/Greenwood Heights
in Green-Wood Heights/South Slope Brooklyn
Take the R or M to the Prospect Avenue station. Walk up the hill and
turn right on 6th Avenue. Two blocks down on 6th Avenue.
One on Sunday:
JOIN US FOR A READING AT PARK SLOPE’S 440 GALLERY!
WHEN: Sunday, March 18th from 4:30-6:00 pm
WHERE: 440 Gallery, 440 Sixth Avenue (at 9th St., F to 7th Ave.)
CONTACT: Brooke Shaffner at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, go to http://www.440gallery.com
One on another Tuesday:
The Drew Graduate Student Creative Writing Group
reading their works-in-progress
in the Drew Writing Center
on Tuesday March 20, 2007.
Featured readers include: Joel Campbell, Andrea Braunius, Terri White,
Christine Hamm, and Rachel Bower.