I am excited because Jack Morgan's Stormy Petrel Press will release a chapbook of my short-short prose called
Here's what I don't understand: if you saw that picture happen in real life, happened to glance up and see all that, you would feel good. But if you take a picture of it and make it the cover of a book, that's pretentious. Who do I blame for this? Nixon? Walter Benjamin? Don't say "Oh, that wouldn't be pretentious." It would. We need real solutions here. We need to put country first.
Both of my chapbooks are forthcoming from San Francisco. Thank you, San Francisco. Your train stops at midnight, but you're a good kid.
UPDATE: The chapbook will now be called Real Sturdy Thing. Thank you to Gabe Durham for the help.