Archives for: January 2008

Small Publishing

01/25/08 | by steveg [mail] | Categories: Poetry, Economic Development
I have been planning for over a year to publish a book of the spontaneous poetry generated by the Literary Cafe (the original Lit, Big Lit, Tremont Lit, NOT the inferior Lit)* and I'm going to do it under the What's In the Bag Press. Then I saw this fr… more »

On Communication and Censorship

Okay, this will be my last quote from the Illuminatus! Trilogy, but it is a doozy in that it again shows its prescience for todays issues 30 years ago. A monopoly on the means of communication may define a ruling elite more precisely than the celebra… more »

In a REAL Magazine (sorta)

01/21/08 | by steveg [mail] | Categories: Announcements [A], Poetry, About me
In the vein of frightful self important self promotion, I want to announce that I have been published in Ptrint's infamous 3x5 anthology. Dr. Adam Brodsky, the publisher, has done a fabulous job in mixing great poems along with his flair for graphic ar… more »

The Poetry of Science

01/17/08 | by steveg [mail] | Categories: Poetry, Technology/ Science
A usual question posed in my direction is how can I be such a technogeek and still write verses that occasionally sound beautiful. How can a science mind be a poetic mind? The answer is that there is not an exclusive OR in my brain. It is both becaus… more »

Communication is Possible Only Btwn Equals

01/13/08 | by steveg [mail] | Categories: Economic Development, Community, Social Networks
Amazing how what is read in some novel seems to relate to another item found in a totally different context. I refer to yet another excerpt from the Illuminatus! Trilogy and supports a little blurb that Ed Morrison put up on BFD a couple of weeks ago.… more »

Read from Prophets

01/01/08 | by steveg [mail] | Categories: Political, personal, humor, rant
My ex-wife would never read a novel or anything fiction. "It's not real, so why bother." Of course, some of her self-help and new age spirituality books might also fit that category. I myself was a big sci-fi fan, like so many other nascent-geeks. I… more »