Before mercury, my blood used to fill thermometers.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Lights! Camera!

 
But no action just yet (Jean-Claude Brialy demonstrates appropriate affect).

Happening on my desktop now: proper gut-wrenching soul-bearing review of Kate Zambreno's Green Girl, HMag story about Harrisburg's second annual Book Fair, gushings about recent books from the Dusie Kollektiv, my date with Sebastian's Relativity, wonkily formatted proof of riding the lace barometer that needs to be de-wonked and on its way to ISMs headquarters yesterday, my own weird things. So I am not too, too happening on the internet.

I struggle to think about anything but the outrageously perfect cover art my best friend Kara has created for Say you're a fiction. I am all a-throb with it.

5 comments:

  1. I'm so excited about all this, Kari!

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  2. I wish I could do it all at once in one sitting in one day. My new commute is murder and I have two hours to myself all day! That's ending after the coming week. But it figures that when I have such pertinent things to do for others instead of gibbering my time would get demolished! This can't end fast enough!

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  3. Well that's good! I don't have a commute, but I do work full time as well so I know all about lack of time just when I'm full of inspiration too!

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  4. can't wait to read your review of green girl! love that book so much. xo

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