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My Review of Danse Macabre
That master of dark debauched eloquence, Adam Henry Carriére, took three poems for issue 66, which he refers to as Soixante-six, Sky. The poems are:
"God Watches L.A."
As a teaser, here are the first two stanzas of "God Watches L.A.":
God Watches L.A.
blur of brains in a sluice of cars
there to split
dull as filament
into greedy fortresses:
wars of nerve-endings, hormones,
... [five more stanzas to go!] ...
Of course, Carriére & Co. have published my full-length collection Jugularity through their publishing house, Lazarus Media:
My soul is bared in this book, a fate of which I am decidedly ambivalent.
To any and all loyal readers I might or might not have: I am incredibly busy this semester, teaching courses across multiple universities, plus trying to persevere on my novel and also write new poems (and submit them). This blog may suffer. My apologies.
Ride in the Night, Honesty your Light,