Once again, this meme from John Schramm: Copy and paste the first sentence from the first entry of each month this year.
I've spent most of my New Year's Eves at home, usually asleep when the ball drops.
More work inspired by my unluck at love: Asinine Poetry Journal editor Richie Narvaez has accepted "When Jamie Phoned", inspired in part by Jamie Powell, for the Valentine's posting.
Here's looking at you, K.I.T.T.
On April 1, 1998, Kevin Burton Smith brought The Thrilling Detective Web Site online.
Mystery Ink Online's David J. Montgomery announces this year's Gumshoe Awards.
One of my personal favorite poems, "Realizing the wet dream is about you," is back online for your perusal.
S.J. Rozan posted another of six-word stories Saturday, this one inspired by typographical errors.
Another thunderstorm, another three-day TV and Net outage.
The word that most grates on my English-teacher ears is "Duh."
My friend John and I trekked to Brooklyn to watch the last regular season Yankee game and Superman Doomsday with our friend Deshant and his girlfriend Tracy.
Actor Daniel Craig has signed a $60 million deal to star in the next four James Bond films.
"Actors"—a poem I'd shopped in various forms for four year—has been accepted along with two recent poems, "Back on Robin Lane" and "A Poet Dreams," for ken*again's Winter 2007/2008 issue.