Just put on dark lipstick and act like nothing happened
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The most basic activism we can have in our lives is to live consciously in a nation living in fantasies.
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Oh don’t want to miss fake National Selfie Month.
In the last 24 hrs I found cheekbones almost.
1. Louise Glück: Meadowlands.
2. Anne Cecelia Holmes : these poems.
3. Joan Mitchell this painting:
4. Kate Zambreno: Heroines
5. Lisa Robertson: The Men (listen here)
6. Bikini Kill: Rebel Girl
7. Elizabeth Barrett Browning: Sonnets from the Portuguese
8. Emily Dickinson’s Master Letters & then Lucie Brock-Broido’s The Master Letters
9. Bunnies Need Water: my niece building lego
10. Alice Notley: “Little Egypt” (and everything she’s ever written)
11. Sophia Wallace: Cliteracy 100 Natural Laws
12. Bernadette Mayer: Sonnets (especially “you jerk you didn’t call me up”)
13. Julian of Norwich: Showings
14. Scripts of Buffy The Vampire Slayer: available here.
15. Tusacdero: The Pink Album
16. This H_NGM_N chapbook by Alexis Pope: No Good.
17. Addams Family Values (1993)
18. Anne Carson: If Not, Winter: Fragments of Sappho
19. Liz Lochhead Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off (play)
20. Julia Kristeva: Powers of Horror; An Essay on Abjection
21. Flawless— Beyoncé ft. Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche
bio: Caroline Crew edits ILK journal. Her poems have appeared in Bat City Review, PANK, Cream City Review, and Salt Hill Journal, among others. She wrote the chapbooks ‘small colours like wild tongues’ (dancing girl press, 2013), ‘The Polychrome Clinic’ (Midwest Writing Center, forthcoming 2014) and, with Chris Emslie, ‘Your Stupid Fortune Gives Me Stupid Hope’ (Furniture Press Books, forthcoming 2014). Currently, she lives between Old England and New England.tumblr: caroline-crew.com
CAROLINE CREW DROPPING KNOWLEDGE
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I look up someone grins
you’re a bloody feral wolf-face I like you.
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