Posts Tagged: Tod Goldberg
Excellent. When you’re asked, “Where do you get your inspiration?” what do you wish you could say, but keep to yourself?
That as a child, my parents fucked me up, and the only way to cope with that was to imagine a better life in my head, or imagine profound violence and/or retribution.
The “the stirring, hot-blooded motion” of the poems in Irene McKinney’s collection Have You Had Enough Darkness Yet? is striking, given its posthumous publication. Charlie Atkinson reviews this “curious” and sometimes “playful” examination of mortality, noting the poet’s competence and profound understanding of her topic....more
There’s no easier way to recruit a legion of mortal enemies than to say something unflattering about the culture of comic books, but I’ve decided that I have nothing to lose today. Well, maybe I have something to lose, because I’m going to hide behind a quote from Tod Goldberg over at Jacket Copy....more