Monthly Archives: January 2012

Aaron Winslow Responds to Page 26 of The Source

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Jeannie Hoag Responds to Page 26 of The Source

I wanted to wipe my face from the earth To cover it with a giant’s napkin. To hide from the Source which was bearing down with history unto me I did not. I did not want the history. The history … Continue reading

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Jessica Smith Responds to Page 26 of The Source

Jessica Smith is the Librarian at Indian Springs School, a private boarding school located outside Birmingham, AL.

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Michael Basinski Responds to Page 26 of The Source

UFO ABDUCTION OF 26 A’s, E’s, I’s, O’s, and 16 U’s in order as they appear(ed) in THE SOURCE. Notice in the first section how an “i” in the word: thinking escaped UFO abduction by disgusting herself as a professor … Continue reading

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Kickstarter + Futurepoem = You and Dana Ward Write a Poem Together

And that’s just one perk of contributing to Futurepoem through our new Kickstarter campaign.  You could also get Camille Roy to write a poem about the twisted dominion of behavior for your local police force.  Or have Alan Gilbert read … Continue reading

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Tina Darragh Responds to Page 26 of The Source

I’m late I’m late for a very important spate of hello-time & fuzzy shine as rare-bits wave-a-quake. Hello-a-do! Whisk-err renew. Congrats on this fine stew. Tina Darragh is a reference librarian at the National Center for Bioethics Literature in Washington, … Continue reading

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Halie Theoharides Responds to Page 26 of The Source

========================== 1.     If they can’t see the aura no one trusts you 2.     Tide pools must also live in fear 3.     Gold rays in Swampfield 4.     I am found to be a Crystal child 5.     A group of scientists turn me down 6.     Tell me I’m … Continue reading

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