Musings by Chicago-based poet, songwriter, journalist, educator, musician & existentialist, Larry O. Dean
Sunday, May 27, 2012
Basic Cable Couplets -- available today!
My latest e-chapbook, Basic Cable Couplets is now available from Silkworms Ink!
Saturday, May 19, 2012
Basic Cable Couplets
I'm happy to announce that Silkworms Ink will be publishing my latest chapbook, Basic Cable Couplets. I'll keep you posted, but the turnaround may be quite fast.
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Monday, May 14, 2012
Thanks to Reglar Wiglar for the swell review of The Fussbudgets' debut!
NEIU Faculty Authors Reception
Thanks again to Northeastern Illinois University for inviting me to the recent faculty authors reception. (I even wore a jacket.)
Monday, May 07, 2012
Here's a terrific review from Altsounds of Christine Wall's Kittenbush EP, out tomorrow from Zenith Beast!
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Labels: Altsounds, Christine Wall, Kittenbush, Zenith Beast
Wednesday, May 02, 2012
Throw the Lions... again
Here's a brief but very nice review of Throw the Lions to the Christians, from Berkeley Place.
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Three albums of material by The Fussbudgets ( Hog Wash! , The Naked & the Daft , and Fresh Brood ) are now available from iTunes , Ba...
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In my classes this week, we read and discussed Alberto Blanco 's " The Parakeets ." The focus was on personification and to wh...
I never take part in these, yet here I am, with two opportunities to vote for The Injured Parties: JanSport's second annual Battle of th...
Terrance Hayes displays an astonishing versatility in Wind in a Box . I'd use the old cliché – that these poems seem as if they'd b...
I'm very pleased to have six poems in translation in New Poetry Appreciation Anthology, vol. 2 , from the Kunming-Chicago Poetry Group ...
One of the perks of anguishing over choosing a new textbook is the unexpected ways in which it comes to good use. For my World of Poetry cl...