Friday, March 18, 2005

Whew!

Now that THAT'S over with, why not come relax with Jim Behrle, Jeff Paris, and Justin LaCour at the Four Faced Liar? Just some quiet poetry. No pinchin' the greenies, no beating people up in the bathroom of Galapagos, no dirty limericks...well, maybe some dirty limericks.

SUNDAY, March 20 at 2:30 PM: Jim Behrle, Jeff Paris & Justin LaCour
165 W. 4th St. & 6th Ave.

Love,
Shafer

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've been to readings w/ Jeff, + they're usually quite loud. You know, women annoucing that they want to be "licked like Larry Levis," a hi-hat cymbal-crash after every mention of thunder or gunshot... relax? If you wanna relax, you got to see Jeff read in Montana. There, with no audience but bears + sky, we can all finally relax. --Adam G.

11:39 AM  
Anonymous Jan Manzwotz said...

There have been certain serious allegations about LANG poetry thefts made by Ron Sillyman, which Jan Manzwotz has addressed on his blog. All those who care about North American Poetry are being asked to show their support.

Sincerely

http://janmanzwotz.blogspot.com/

3:31 PM  
Blogger shanna said...

jan almost rhymes with spam. hmm.

4:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oooh. burn.

good one shanna.

10:36 AM  
Blogger Shafer said...

Hi. If you are visiting my blog and you don't understand the above posting by "jan manzwotz" (it's OK, I don't understand it either) please ignore it. It has absolutely nothing to do with me or the poets who you and I know and love.

12:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

remember that one time? you know when? oh, that's right. you totally blew us off and left us home to cry in vain... shafer, do you not love us anymore?

1:43 PM  
Blogger Scalljah said...

At 5 past Tuesday
celebral lunatics
talking of relevance
on the art boards in cyberspace
gather sound,
claiming to make the patterns of exchange
they create
into a number of truths
which frame a commitment
to concrete expression
by anchoring sense in earth bound images
within the context of modernity

I listen
transfixed
hypnotised

by the weight of voices

and
test a theory
of how
to picture
meaning

by measuring
the relative
length
of each syllable

with its syntatic sense
and
the
degree
of assonance
cossanance
and
alliterative value
when
spoke
to
life
by
a
poet’s breath

3:00 PM  
Blogger morescotch said...

what's going on? why are words so many

7:29 PM  

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