Frankengirl is the pen name of Mary Gulliver, daughter of the famous Modernist poet Gulliver S. Gulliver. Contrary to expectations, she was in fact quite easy on the eye.
The Theme of the Week is Ragamuffins
Every week our Theme Expert, Teddy, goes into detail on a new theme. This week’s theme is Ragamuffins. If you haven’t thought about Ragamuffins in some time, you shouldn’t feel alone. Real poets in their […]
The Theme of the Week is Fruit
Every week our Theme Expert, Teddy, goes into detail on a new theme. This week’s theme is Fruit. This week’s Theme has me extremely excited, guys. I don’t know what you think of corned beef […]
THIS IS WHAT LITERARY CRITIC AND ASSHOLE DON MARKENBALDI IS WEARING TODAY
17 July 2021 So the three-time Truman Capote Award for Literary Criticism winner, Harvard Professor Emeritus jackass was volunteering at a Peoria Children’s Fund charity picnic, that does not absolve him of these awful shorts, […]
‘Thunder King Sprinkler at Dawn’ by Jeebs Finzach (Summer 1932)
Thunder King sprinkler at dawnOne foot tippledT’other sawnlogs. Antonio shifted in the outbuildingSkillet spit, phono-graph’s pho-nemePlowed. Rare wind from the southToday. Thunder King on the horizon. Jeebs Finzach (summer 1932) Notes by Tark Mackintosh ‘Thunder […]
BOOK EXCERPT: ‘FRIED GREEN RUTABAGAS’ BY MITCHELL O’HARA
But Margaret would not be consoled, and fell into a heap on the fancy carpeting.
This Week’s Theme is Antibacterial Gel
As more and more poets are vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus, many will begin to experience a strange nostalgia for the year that was 2020-21, with its masks, chlorine doormats, oxygen tanks, and of course Antibacterial Gel.
OH, I JUST DIED IN YOUR ARMS TONIGHT
Who would have thought a boy like me could come to this.
BOOK EXCERPT: ‘PRINCESS LEATHERHELM’ BY MITCHELL DARKWING
CHAPTER I “Princess Leatherhelm!” cried the gnome Jerrod, and he held out a small parcel wrapped in rough brown paper tied with a string. “Gnome Jerrod,” smiled the Princess, halting her steed Megalus with a […]
Lemondrop reads poetry: ‘This Fair Oak’ by Maria Steinburg-Piccadilly
Today we will be reading a poem from one of my favorite authors, Maria Steinburg-Piccadilly, an eloquent poetess and Earth Child who spent the gloaming of her life, as she referred to it, right here […]
The Theme of the Week is Muscle Cars
Every week our Theme Expert, Teddy, goes into detail on a new theme. This week’s theme is Muscle Cars. This week’s Theme is extremely important in the work of many modernist and contemporary poets. That’s […]
‘in the sad bin of dusters be’
One of the angriest members of Los Decepcionados, f. f. francés led a truly checkered life as poet, revolutionary, and renegado.