The Tweet thought

Tweet thought |twēt THôt| noun 1 a thought which can be expressed in 140 or fewer typed characters, is self-negating, and for which impact derives more from immediacy than from incubation: She determined that it required a paragraph and was therefore not a Tweet thought, after all. 2 a figment of the imagination assuming the … Continue reading The Tweet thought

A Month of Christmas Tweets

here we go… pic.twitter.com/Znhm18rLu9 — rach.czyk (@rachczyk) December 1, 2016 I'm listening to Christmas 24/7 on @pandoramusic. #Pandora https://t.co/i9zja5I3DV — rach.czyk (@rachczyk) December 2, 2016 pic.twitter.com/Vf35PEEjPo — rach.czyk (@rachczyk) December 3, 2016 pic.twitter.com/Z3MTXgws0I — rach.czyk (@rachczyk) December 5, 2016 Four boots a-waiting… pic.twitter.com/NikUXAWfPr — rach.czyk (@rachczyk) December 6, 2016 pic.twitter.com/KXDzTbJz7s — rach.czyk (@rachczyk) December 6, … Continue reading A Month of Christmas Tweets

Playlist

East River Pipe, “Times Square Go-Go Boy”. (Shining Hours in a Can, 1994.) East River Pipe, “The Club Isn’t Open”. (Mel, 1996.) Sun Kil Moon, “Glenn Tipton”. (Ghosts of the Great Highway, 2003.) Richard Hawley, “Coles Corner”. (Coles Corner, 2005.) Richard Hawley, “Seek It”. (Standing at the Sky’s Edge, 2012.) Sean Rowe, “Surprise”. (Magic, 2009.) … Continue reading Playlist

Ermagerd PRRETRY.

Introductions to books often feel like apologies — especially in this case of my first berk of curlercterd prretry, ernd sterf. I’ll first apologize for shying from acknowledging what, on Earth, this even, in fact, is. APaOP is a cherp berk, that is to say, a chapbook, of collected perms, or, for anyone less committed … Continue reading Ermagerd PRRETRY.