Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Now they're saying Shelley's politics "verged on the totalitarian." You can't fit a genius into the cookie cutter, but they'll keep trying, I guess. Mozart was a sillypants, but he wrote some mediocre tunes that people still waste their time on and Shakespeare was a sophomoric dreamer. Thus spake the New Yorker: A Magazine for All and None.
Burning man was burned too early by this weisenheimer.
Another stray City Visible review by Rob McClennan, interesting Canadian poet and publisher extraordinaire.
When I finally retire, I'm going to kick it in Yambol, Bulgaria. Don't ask why.
Daniel Borzutzky and Lina ramona Vitkauskas are my favorite poets in Chicago. Notice I didn't say "Chicago poets."
What would Dylan do? I know what he won't do. He probably won't go see that movie, although you know how I feel about Cate.