A few more observations, haiku, extremely short stories, by Mike Topp who lives and works in a large, Eastern metropolis. Grzegorz Wroblewski’s Kopenhaga and Mike Topp’s poetry have quiet a lot in common. They are both from the Milky Way for one! I think their poetry would get along really
Articles about Modernist and Contemporary Literature in the Absurdist Tradition
Grzegorz Wroblewki was part of the bruLion group. He is a punk rock poet. And a warm warm hearted human being too!!! Cracovian bruLion (noteBook) in the history of Polish literature of the end of the 20th made its name as one of the most important voices of the young
http://www.likestarlings.com/the-stranger-or-is-being-a-female-anathema-to-being-an-absurdist/ TERRIFIC!! JUST WHAT I NEEDED TO READ HERE IN EAST LONDON TODAY!! YES! DARCIE DENNIGAN ROCKS!!!
Nice review of Grzegorz Wroblewski’s Kopenhaga over here by Chad W. Post: http://www.rochester.edu/College/translation/threepercent/index.php?id=8022
http://www.evergreenreview.com/b/current-issue-number-130/stuyvesant-bee-vol-1-issue-109/ I LOVE MIKE TOPP!!! HE IS COUNTED AS PART OF THE UNBEARABLES IN NEW YORK CITY. I HAVE A BOOK CALLED THE UNBEARABLES BIG BOOK OF SEX. IT IS A VERY GOOD BOOK OF SEX. YOU SHOULD GET IT. I ALSO HAVE THREE MIKE TOPP BOOKS. ONE IS
Enjoying some of the poems and videos of Gabby Gabby. Just ordered her Airplane Food from NAP: http://naplitmag.com/store.html Reading Tao Lin’s Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well. http://heheheheheheheeheheheehehe.com/ And Diana Salier’s Letters from Robots http://nightbombpress.com/ Both highly recommended. I am hoping Gabby Gabby’s Airplane Food will be fab fab as well.
Do you know Białooka? A Polish fairy tale. With a nod to Camus. Come meet her over here at Metazen: http://www.metazen.ca/?p=11167
The Unbearables are lightin my fire!! Mike Topp’s Shorts are Wrong is super super!! Still exploring Sharon Mesmer. Hm . . . thanks to Grzegorz Wroblewski over in Copenhagen for pointing me in their direction . . . http://virginformica.blogspot.com/ The Unbearables: http://www.unbearables.com/blog/