Monthly Archives: February 2014

Scene at the Sprocket Show

It was Frank on my right and some girl I didn’t know on my left.  She wasn’t alone.  She was part of the group that showed up around 2 AM.  I didn’t recognize them from previous shows, but they seemed … Continue reading

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A Reaction to Joseph Riippi’s Latest Novel

When I first picked up Because, the fifth and latest book from Brooklyn-based author Joseph Riippi, I had every intention of writing a piece that focused solely on the author’s work.  Then I started reading.  The more I learned about … Continue reading

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Puppy Love

Deracinate, Mimesis, Glom, Anodyne, Refulgence Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the Little Black Box

Hello, little black box. There are many boxes in the world, but none are like you.  Do you hear me?  None.  They may share your dimensions.  They may be the same exact color.  Hell, they may even have been made … Continue reading

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Getting Ready to Get Ready

Eristic, Boffin, Fard, Agonistic, Eupeptic Continue reading

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My All Mountain Experience

Few things can ignite the soul like carving a line through some deep, untouched powder.  There’s something spiritual about it.  Something therapeutic.  The mind relaxes and stretches its wings while the wind – crisp, pure, and invigorating – rushes past … Continue reading

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