Tuesday, 2 October 2007 - 15:48 EDTName: "LAV"
Home Page: http://libraryalchemy.wordpress.com
"Interlude" = lovely.
Am forever playing catchup, but am adding you to my reader...now!
Friday, 28 September 2007
On the run ...
An extremely busy week here in Pittsburgh; I taught a lifelong learning class on poetry at the University of Pittsburgh, sponsored by our local library association (ACLA), am busy making plans for some hiking in the woods and the usual Lilliput things. Also, some film reviews for the website Fulvue Drive-In, one on Marco Polo and the other on the House of Usher. Both were pretty horrific, and not in a good way, which, of course made writing the reviews all the more fun.
So, I'll keep it brief. Today is a day when losers everywhere pause to commemorate the great Arnold Stang. Here is an interview with him because, well, it's the web and here's an interview ... with delightful picture.
Continuing our leisurely sampling of back issues of Lilliput Review, it's time to skip forward to #123. #122 is a one poem broadside by David Chorlton entitled And, which would be criminal to excerpt, so I won't. It is available for a mere buck ... but enough with the plugs, on with the poems.
One Small Poem
can take you
a long way
think how far
~ Bart Solarczyk
And the indomitable Albert Huffstickler:
Wednesday, 3 October 2007 - 07:01 EDTName: "Ed Baker"
Home Page: http://edbaker.maikosoft.com
Don: you old! Hardly anyboddhi 'members Arnold Stang ...
much less Uncle Miltie, The Three Haircuts (Cid Ceasar, Coca, Reiner).. or LIVE tv.. I remeber prefering to "watch" the radio shows then got "hooked" Saw that Cage episode on The Gary Moore Show changed my life..
Saturday, 6 October 2007 - 14:49 EDTName: "Don"
Thanks, Leigh Anne ... hope you run across a thing or two here that is worthwhile ... or at least explains that early morning twitch I always seem to have ...
Saturday, 6 October 2007 - 14:51 EDTName: "Don"
Ed: Well, I figured if anybody was lurking in the reeds, ol' Arnold Stang would pull them out. Yes, indeed, Cid Caesar, Steve Allen, Ernie Kovacs and all ... a fertile learning group for the proverbial impressionable minds.