Information about the Desert City Poetry Series, contemporary poetry & poetics, and poetry readings & events in central North Carolina.

Monday, April 21, 2014

New Website

Hey folks,

Check it out -- I have a new website:, information about my current and past writing projects, including my debut novel, The Accountant.

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Review of Key Bridge

Wow, great review of KB over at Tarpaulin Sky by Joseph Harrington. Thanks so much to Joseph and Christian Peet for publishing it.


Saturday, September 13, 2008

Upcoming Readings....

Here they are, friends:

Chapel Hill, NC: Wednesday, September 17, 9pm, Jack Sprat Cafe, 161 E. Frankin St.

NYC, NY: Thursday, September 18, 6pm, ACA Galleries, 529 W.20th St., 5th Flr.

Williamsburg, Brooklyn: Friday, October 24 (United Nations Day!!), 7 pm, Stain Bar, 766 Grand St.

Someday I'll start blogging about something, but here's something -- isn't this just the way with the information age? It used to be everybody had a blog and they wrote at length about their thoughts and etc. and etc. and they talked about what they did and etc. and etc. and now everybody's got a twitter feed and I know what you had for breakfast. What is the history of america? Someday it'll start with cornflakes.


Monday, August 04, 2008

Me on the Radio....

Jeff Davis graciously had me on his radio show, Word Play, yesterday afternoon up in the mountains of Asheville. It was a lot of fun -- thanks, Jeff! We talked about Key Bridge, my recent collaborative writing with the beautiful and brilliant Anastasia Sea, various traditions in contemporary poetry, typewriters, Greensboro fun, the band Invisible, and many many more topics.

Give a listen if you've got a few......

Monday, July 28, 2008

Brian Howe on Key Bridge in Fanzine

My dear friend Brian Howe wrote a really generous and insightful review of KB and Chris Vitiello and Tony Tost's new books. Great company to be in and a great mind to think through the work. Many, many thanks, Brian....

Monday, June 23, 2008

Some interesting things....

Annandale Dream Gazette

Work By Adam Good:

Lecture 2 - What We Think When We Think About Thought

Lecture 1 (excerpt) - The Database of Descriptions

Ryan Eckes's Old News

Dwight Riverbottum

Monday, April 14, 2008

New Alice Blue, New Alice Blue for You...

There's a new Alice Blue and it has many fine poems, a bundle of sticks all suitable for walking, a staff of thousands of words, which is to say, poems by

christian peet, robert jacoby, matthew savoca, erica lewis, andrea kneeland, serena rose chopra, corey mesler, merida gorman, trey moody, john findura, ken rumble & donald dunbar

all those people -- some of my monologues in there which make crooked walking sticks, but even walking in circles gets you somewhere sometimes....