|Mandelstam with third eye and elephant ears.|
'Exchanging signals with the planet Mars ... is a task worthy of a lyric poet.'"
- Osip Mandelstam on who a poet's audience should be.
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|...that the whole progress of humanity proceeds.|
|Hugo with imagined bourbon on the rocks.|
|AWP (Where's Waldo Wittgenstein?)|
|AWT 2013 (Boston)|
|Cuetzpaltzin after having his poems misunderstood by Cortes.|
|Arreguin's The Bull Got Into the Flower Garden|
|What Sontag means by having her photograph taken in a doorway is that... what she is trying to say is... Oh! and by wearing her hair down, well that is obviously a nod toward... And the leather jacket! Anyone can see that by rocking the leather jacket she is making a statement about...|
|Rodin's Poet and Critic.|
|Baudelaire with dog hidden in shirt.|
|The thick smear of a blue spot.|
|Who knows why or should|
|The, um, frosting on the cake. aka 'Looking Inwardly Serious.'|
|Nietzsche, moments after God shouted "Nietzsche is dead!"|
|Sartre seeing against himself.|
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|the seeing fields and the hearing forest|
|the four hoarse men harassing|
|Paul Nelson playing 'I Spy Pim'|
|Bill Carty impersonating Bill Carty|
|George Ciardi casting an analog spell|
|Alex Bleecker reading five poems at once|
|Jeremy Springsteed cropping his fingers off|
|Sierra Nelson has published more books than she has hands|
|The Editor drank so much wine his hands, even, were blurry|
|Self Portrait of Myself Writing This Blog|
|Dylan Thomas with several invisible trolls searching his chins for an apple.|
|Mr. Wang (with broom) representing Ping, and Mr. Shan (sans broom) as Pong.|