June 13, 2011

back from london

Filed under: Uncategorized — larspalm @ 9:02 pm

we returned from our somewhat active weekend in london to a sunny & fairly warm malmö, which was good. we brought back some really fine photos (Petra) & what might be a decent poem (yours truly) & two books bought in a major bookstore i won’t name

Emily Critchley recently published love / all that / & ok (Penned in the Margins, 2011). i have seen some of her work before & thoroughly enjoyed it. so far i’ve only read this, her first long book, quickly in a really good pub just outside spitalfields market, but i will submerge myself in it soon & maybe have something coherent to say about it then. for now it’s just YES

Toby Martinez de las Rivas did an untitled chapbook as a part of the Faber New Poets series (Faber & Faber, 2009). i have leafed through it a couple of times & my first impression is that it looks interesting. will dedicate some time to it this weekend

also in the mail today, a review copy of Laked, Fielded, Blanked (Alice Blue Books, 2011), the new chapbook by Brooklyn Copeland. it’s a beautiful artefact. & i have a feeling it contains some really fine poetry



  1. lars:

    i think i want to delete my hotmail account and set up a new one. i can’t figure out how to delete the account and import my contact list into a new account. can you help me? i can’t send any emails either since hotmail has limited my account because of the spam. please try to email me at my old account or respond here.

    many thanks.

    Comment by richard lopez — June 15, 2011 @ 3:37 pm | Reply

  2. if you can access your account there should be (or was when it happened to me) a button saying something like “export contact list”. if you click that your contacts end up in a document on your screen. then you write an email to the hotmail help people saying you wish to delete your account. i think that should do it

    good luck

    Comment by larspalm — June 15, 2011 @ 7:28 pm | Reply

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