Thursday, December 27, 2007

News

2 poems up at Octaves #1
3 poems up at Milk
2 poems up at Apocryphaltext


coming soon:

La Petite Zine (three images)


Still working on chapbook of collected poetry and diagram art, μῦ°, which should be completed soon. Hopefully.

Monday, December 24, 2007

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Hansel und Gretel


Sunday, December 9, 2007

Postal Pornographos v. 43221109/ 6563442

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Anorex-o-chic Erotique
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Fu-fu says, "you'll get diverticulosis if you do that!!"
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Saturday, December 8, 2007

Postal Pornographos v. 32437

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Look hard but softly: She sits on the dangling bed
rather flaccidly--imagines a Beethoven overture
with his beef)
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Her heroin-chic hair stood on end when someone mentioned
love as modern day lesbian Christ-impersonator
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Postal Pornographos v. 643226788

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To make all nipple-rubbed in ointment
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She thought of nothing but bread and circuses
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Tuesday, December 4, 2007

The Untold Story of Eva C.'s Daughter, "Lolita"

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I
Happy Together

Oscar came into my life when I was fourteen. Back then I was a lady of the night looking for sensuality and the penetrable man my mother always told me about:

Child, they'll appear and try to enter you--you must be a forest of impenetrable steel. But they will be penetrable, vulnerable-- if you use what God gave you.



But my mother didn't believe in God; she was a true mystic. That meant her nipples were always hard and tiny, glaciated flesh-globes--tough to penetrate with the tongue alone.
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*******
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Oscar used to tell me, just as he was about to open my legs to examine a sleeping fortress of clouds, "your mother went & braided your hair again. You look dirty."

I wanted so hard to believe he said "you look like the helpless child-whore I fell in love with."
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Any compliment would have sufficed...

II

From Phenomena of Materialisation
by Baron von Schrenck-Notzing

Marthe Béraud, all I have left of you now is a thin, brittle braid of ectoplasm. A dandy-man with wire glasses flows out of your naked chest like honey. I smell it long after I've switched off the flashlight; a lingering sensation of phenomenae and pheromone, mixed with a dainty bit of gunpowder--your secret weapon for dispelling angels.

"I want to be mystical!"
I used to exclaim with a child's naivete. Eva would hush me, then say,

you should be lucky you're not. She never gave a reason why. Talk is frivolity, she explained, excess speech does nothing to fill the void, only enhance the sinking feeling of nonpresence.

III


Severed Ties


Eventually, I tried my hand at purging this cool, milky ectoplasm--but it wouldn't come out naturally. Sure, it did come out when I was in a deep trance a couple times at Rupert's Seance Night. But instead of beautiful faces appearing in the murky mist, it was always Oscar's fingers cloaked by an anonymous woman's hair. Or an ashtray I dabbed my cigarette in. Once, I managed to conjure a scene from Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights, but was horrified at the disregard for detail my ectoplasmic bath procured.


Then it happened: my tantric emissions produced an image of Oscar, only this time he was in a dusty photograph from the past. On this image, jagged, triangular lines cut a path between us. Something sinister was at work. I devised a theory: my mother was posing as a member of the Bavarian illuminati: I was the channel from which she developed her ghastly phenomenae.


I went home and immediately warned Oscar. Upon hearing my strange tale of espionage and "other hidden forces", he took me to bed at once. It was in that love making that I noticed, for the first time, his black socks, hung up by thin, black garters. Suddenly it was clear:


the lines that separated us were all too evident.


IV


Lolita: After Revelations
& Spook-Purge


Oscar's dipping salts are no longer fastened tightly around my neck. After a while, the ectoplasm disappears like washed sex and sperm from his belly button.

When I was young he used to tell me: "Lolita, I'll make a woman of you someday."
But all I kept thinking about was my mother's Victorian corset, and the frail ghost-like trinkets
she held close to her skin.