#essay: “If it doesn’t exist on the internet, it doesn’t exist.” – Kenneth Goldsmith, UBUWEB (2005) http://t.co/J0DiiOsn
Video: Himuro Yoshiteru / REM sleep (by OILWORKSFILM) http://t.co/dSqHNY9b
Video: Can’t. Get. This. Song. Out. Of. My. Head. Lianne La Havas— Forget. One eye on the past and one eye… http://t.co/FH3Skaig
Can’t. Get. This. Song. Out. Of. My. Head. Lianne La Havas— Forget. One eye on the past and one eye on the future with the video; brings to mind old Soul II Soul, Terrance Trent Darby and other UK soul promos in styling, colour palette and temperam…
Welcome to Contact Theatre. Anyone know the architect? http://t.co/ctUAmE3j
En route to Manchester. Bouncing between Poetry Magazine and zombie lit. Civilisation falls; horses make a landscape look more beautiful.
“From a certain perspective even our ignorance is dazzling.” Alison Luterman, Citizens Of A Broken City (Poem)— http://t.co/2aGIeKIP
#mac #apps : Favs collects all stared, liked, +1, etc. entries and makes them searchable on your Mac. Free beta— http://t.co/2JgMUZgb
2 hours back to London + crowded train + non-stop crying baby + slow 3G signal (like dial-up) = sad-face Jacob.
I’m travelling the UK sharing skills with poets who teach in school/community settings. What one question would you ask them? @rrobinson72
Nick Rabkin: (Teaching) Artists Bring What Schools Need (via @brainpicker) http://t.co/9dxX11PQ
16 thoughts (on teaching and learning) to pin on the fridge door, Haj Ross @rogre : ahem— http://t.co/Edck0BJa
Photo: Work hard and make things work… Self-promotional poster by PupilPeople via Swiss Legacy http://t.co/x2XT02EJ
On these kinds of days, it’s difficult to write. So much doing, not enough reflecting. Is there any rail… http://t.co/dJ6BSKAZ
On these kinds of days, it’s difficult to write. So much doing, not enough reflecting. Is there any rail equivalent for air miles? This week alone I’ve spent something like 30 hours in transit on cross country trains between London, Norwich, Dorset…
I’m travelling the UK sharing skills with poets who teach in school/community settings. What one question would you ask them? @rogre
The sky between London and Leeds looks like this… http://t.co/GjY5AwTc
Poem: As I Was Saying, by Bob Hicok (via The New Yorker) http://t.co/XG2ogU0t
Morning commute: Ladywell to Kings Cross @ St. Johns Railway Station http://t.co/6ZSwL5y4
Listening to Bob Hicok on Prosody, being reminded how ingesting a good body of poetry can leave me filled, as if by a sumptuous meal.