Tuesday, August 5, 2014


Back in 2006, I published a small chapbook called Flowers in Miniature under the Big Game Books imprint, whose catalog featured a number of beautiful and painstakingly produced books.  Printed in small runs, these mini-books, dubbed Tinysides, went out of print rather quickly but have just been digitally reproduced (along with their full-color cover art) by the indefatigable Maureen ThorsonFlowers in Miniature can be downloaded for free here, or you can view the full run of Tinysides by heading over to the Big Game website.

Saturday, August 2, 2014


The second number of Harry's House is now out in CD and MP3 formats.  Many thanks to the good folks at Fast Speaking Music, and in particular, to artist and impresario extraordinaire Ambrose Bye, who is the muscle behind the project.

Vol II of Harry's House features readings by yours truly, as well as contributions from the following culture workers:

Tim Atkins, Amiri Baraka, Bill Berkson, Omar Berrada, Sherwin Bitsui, Lisa Birman, Christian Bok, Junior Burke, Reed Bye, Allison Hedge Coke, Jack Collom, CA Conrad, Josepha Conrad, Victor Hernandez Cruz, Max Davies, Marty Ehrlich, Kenneth Goldsmith, Roger Green, Donald Guravich, HR Hegnauer, Bob Holman, Laird Hunt, Bhanu Kapil, Vincent Katz, Joanne Kyger, Lenny Lesser, Rachel Levitsky, Thurston Moore, Fred Moten, Eileen Myles, Toni Oswald, M NourbeSe Philip, Michelle Naka Pierce, Chris Pusateri, Margaret Randall, Andrea Rexilius, Sarah Riggs, Jerome Rothenberg, Selah Saterstrom, Eleni Sikelianos, Ron Silliman, Anne Tardos, Steven Taylor, Edwin Torres, Christine Trudeau, Cecilia Vicuna, Anne Waldman, Orlando White, and Elizabeth Willis.

Friday, April 11, 2014

Lighting up City Lights Bookstore


City Lights Bookstore celebrates the 40th anniversary of Naropa University's Jack Kerouac School with readings by Juliana Spahr, Cedar Sigo, Eric Baus, Andrea Rexilius, Michelle Naka Pierce and Chris Pusateri.  Be there or be...there.

Sunday, April 20th @ 5pm
City Lights Bookstore
261 Columbus Ave
San Francisco, CA

The event is free and open to the public.