Monthly Archives: April 2011

More Peg Info

More “Peg” Info: Can’t believe I forgot, for so long that “Peg” is all over “Eye Know” from “Three Feet High and Rising” Also, Steely’s Aja will be added to the Library of Congress National Recording Registry this year. Other … Continue reading

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April at the Poetic Labor Project

We’re so pleased to announce that responses from Amber DiPietra, Steve Benson, and an anomyous contributor are now up on the Poetic Labor Project’s blog. To download a pdf of all three, please click here. We want to open the space … Continue reading

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Poetics of Ventriloquism

Mentioning posts I want to write seems to be a jinx.  I don’t write those posts.  But I’ll write about Divya Victor’s New Front Row reading.  Well, almost.  I’ll  quote some of Divya Victor’s “Situations” – a portion of what … Continue reading

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Heilmann / Corbin

I like to think inside the green of their respective pasts: “Each of my paintings can be seen as an autobiographical marker, a cue, by which I evoke a moment from my past, or my projected future, each a charm … Continue reading

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Stray Sentences About “Peg”

I’m writing an essay about the first melody I remember hearing – a little squiggly melody during the chorus of Peg – here are some stray notes: At one point during “Classic Albums: Steely Dan, Aja” Donald Fagan and Walter … Continue reading

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