Category Archives: Poetry

My Review of Bruce Sterling’s Zeitgeist

New review up on The Castalia House Blog. Bruce Sterling’s Zeitgeist

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My Review of Lucius Shepard’s “Green Eyes”

New review up on The Castalia House Blog:  Lucius Shepard’s Green Eyes.

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No more sonnets.

Not “no more sonnets ever”, but I’m not going to finish my 31 in 31 days.  Just got overwhelming after a while. Still my favorite poetic form, though.

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Some Notes Towards A Meta-epistemological Manifesto

I had an epiphany today. I have always mistrusted the concept of genre.  It has seemed to me to be both a hobble and a crutch.  By which I mean that by accepting a specific genre designation an author restricted … Continue reading

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My Review of Roger Zelazny’s “Lord Of Light”

New review up on The Castalia House Blog.  Roger Zelazny’s Lord Of Light

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Mr. Mephistopheles, dressed in red Wrote a letter to The Times He considered carefully what he said And mailed it with two shiny dimes Miss Antigone, pretty young thing Hung herself on the telegraph wire For seven days they let … Continue reading

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Everybody walks in the Kingdom of the Ants Everybody dances on Butterfly Hill Turn around bend down pull up your pants Run as fast as you can and now stand still Nobody wants to be the last in line Turn … Continue reading

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