20 June 2011

Inane Posting

I'm still plugging away at my prose selection (Zola's 19th-century beast of a novel L'Assommoir), but I've moved on in my poetry reading from Gilbert's Late in the Antenna Fields to Jessica Baran's Remains To Be Used from Apostrophe Books, which, at first glance, appears to contain mostly prose poems composed of appropriated material from a variety of different sources. Good times.

On a completely unrelated note, I watched Ghostbusters for the first time in many, many years. The viewing reminded me that, when I first saw the film in 1984, I had an enormous celebrity-crush on Sigourney Weaver and tugged it out to mental-images of her on a pretty regular basis back then. Really good times. Memories.

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