Buzzed Books #64: Destruction of Man
Buzzed Books #64 by Amy Watkins Abraham Smith’s Destruction of Man It’s been said that writers who try to appeal to everyone are likely to appeal to no one. This is not a problem Abraham Smith needs to fear, and I mean that as a compliment. Smith’s Destruction of Man(Third Man Books, 2018), a decidedly… Continue reading
Episode #219: Loose Lips Live Show!
Episode 219 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing and literature is available on iTunes, or right click here to download. In this week’s episode, I share a recording of Loose Lips, the monthly current events literary thing hosted by the inestimable Tod Caviness. The line up on that evening was Ryan Rivas, my awesome… Continue reading
Buzzed Books #37: Application for Release from the Dream
Buzzed Books #37 by Amy Watkins Tony Hoagland’s Application for Release from the Dream I enjoyed the second half of Tony Hoagland’s fifth poetry collection, Application for Release from the Dream (Graywolf Press, 2015), so much that I almost felt guilty for how critical I was of the first half. Many of the poems in… Continue reading
In Boozo Veritas #39: Three of My Favorite Poets in Orlando
In Boozo Veritas #39 by Teege Braune Three of My Favorite Poets in Orlando In case you haven’t noticed, I have been celebrating Poetry Month by dedicating each blog I’ve written in April to the art of verse. Furthermore, as this is In Boozo Veritas, I’ve attempted to find subjects that have a particular connection to drinking. Fortunately,… Continue reading
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