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something in the way

Everyone gone down to the river mad around here. Dull Conrad shit. Yet appalling nonetheless…”   by kurt eisenlohr   Receiver shot. Can’t get a goddamned thing on this radio in my head. Connection gone. White noise… I am reduced to typing up laundry lists in place of poems, passing…

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stay

I’ve always watched it. Me and a billion others. TV babies. People too young to remember a world without tv. People who were born into it. Our numbers are growing larger every day. Pretty soon, there won’t be anyone who remembers that other world…”   by kurt eisenlohr   I…

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mr. grant’s rant: revolution number nine

Covert and Sage had a hell of a conversation, full of revolutionary concepts such as creative independence, standing up for your principles and the nature of artistic compromise. We’re publishing the interview in its entirety. Read it, enjoy it and take hope from the fact that people like Greg Sage…

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all good swimmers

This was the proper way to live: fill the glass, and wait; the rest would take care of itself. Everything made sense. Do what you say, say what you mean: easy….”   by kurt eisenlohr   THEY WANTED TO KNOW where she had kept her rosary and he told them…

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debt

She let it out, she broke my fucking nose. I was half in shock. I fell to my knees on her kitchen floor, put my face in my hands, and sobbed out all the grief of christ knows how many years….”   by kurt eisenlohr   I went home with…

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texas isn’t anywhere

Tex sometimes wonders how I make it. Tex sometimes wonders how he makes it, how anyone makes it, and how they can keep on making it, and why bother? But he doesn’t think about it all that much….”   by kurt eisenlohr   So for lack of anything better to…

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saturday in march

I would never have been able to live in a place like that. I would have invariably spilled paint or put a cigarette burn in the floor or written on the walls and been fined for crimes against what? History? The past?”   by kurt eisenlohr   It was a…

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uncle kurt

I say to him that my father always told me, Whatever you do, Kurt, don’t ever join the Army. I’m not joining the Army, my cousin’s son says, I’m joining the Marines. I have no idea what my father would have said had I made a similar remark…”   by…

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