July 6, 2014


some things never change (except the ‘prop bottle’ of whiskey). hobart calendar pic 2008 & july 4th, 2014 pic, mackinac island. what what.

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June 29, 2014


millionsmillions:

Cue the 8-bit music and don your sweat suit. You’re running the causeway today. I’ll be the coach on bicycle. The ocean will pixelate behind us as the sky darkens to virtual rouge and you level up ready for Soda Popinski or King Hippo.
— S.P. MacIntyre

from “Little Mac Let Himself Go and Gets Upset Now When the Pilot Light Blows Out on His Water Boiler”

millionsmillions:

Cue the 8-bit music
and don your sweat suit.
You’re running the causeway
today. I’ll be the coach on bicycle.
The ocean will pixelate behind us
as the sky darkens to virtual rouge
and you level up ready
for Soda Popinski or King Hippo.

— S.P. MacIntyre

from “Little Mac Let Himself Go and Gets Upset Now When the Pilot Light Blows Out on His Water Boiler”

(via jazzy-chazzy)

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repeat from Millions Millions

June 19, 2014


Slots of Death

jimvermin:

image

They’re coming for you….

Coolest book gif yet?

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repeat from Jim Ruland

June 18, 2014


othernotebooksareavailable:

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Kim Dorland

Red Deer, Alberta

Via

I saw this all the time on the weather report when I was in Banff. Seemed a colder kind of place.

These paintings seem super Hobart-y.

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repeat from Dark Silence In Suburbia

(via Hobart :: 2 Poems by S.P. MacIntyre (w illustration by Bob Scofield))

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June 17, 2014


Jason Ockert Interview

cfburch4:

I’ve been reading Ockert’s latest collection, “Neighbors of Nothing,” this summer, and it’s amazing. Check out Pat Siebel’s interview with Ockert in Hobart. Siebel is editor of Tempo, the student features mag at Coastal Carolina University.

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repeat from Colin Burch

There’s actually no such thing as an adult. That word is a placeholder. We never grow up. We’re not supposed to. We’re born and that’s it. We get bigger. We live through great storms. We get soaked to the bone. We realize we’re waterproof. We strive for calm. We discover what makes us feel good. We do those things over and over.

Micah Ling, “Bon Iver: Holocene,” published in Hobart (via bostonpoetryslam)

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repeat from Boston Poetry Slam

nevver:

Flying in formation, Shaun Kardinal

see: Adam Novy’s The Avian Gospels.

(Source: shaunkardinal)

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repeat from Shaun Kardinal In-Progress
myshoesuntied:

Sasha Fletcher, from “i can see your bones from here,” published in Hobart
I don’t know why it took me so long to read Sasha Fletcher’s poems but dang I’ve got some catching up to do. 

myshoesuntied:

Sasha Fletcher, from “i can see your bones from here,” published in Hobart

I don’t know why it took me so long to read Sasha Fletcher’s poems but dang I’ve got some catching up to do. 

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repeat from tiny ghost hands
courtneymaum:

People!
People who read People!
My smushy-mouth is floating in it under the book pick of the week!

Damn, remember when Courtney was “just” a Buffalo Prize Winner in Hobart 14?!?

courtneymaum:

People!

People who read People!

My smushy-mouth is floating in it under the book pick of the week!

Damn, remember when Courtney was “just” a Buffalo Prize Winner in Hobart 14?!?

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repeat from Courtney Maum