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Monthly Archives: February 2010

Unprecedented bravery

We have three rabbits, all girls: Her Royal Majesty the Queen (more usually known as Queenie), Annyong, and Scrambles the Deathbringer. Queenie is a mild-mannered small brown bunny, and Annyong is a much bigger white and black bunny. They love each other, and are always grooming each other and lying together nuzzling each other and […]

poetry as advertisement

ad for the Observer relaunch

“Let me guess—he’s white, right?”

Read “Doctor Diablo Goes Through the Motions” by Saladin Ahmed.

Nebula nominees available online

2009 Nebula Awards Final Ballot

Black Lake

Black Lake from David OReilly on Vimeo.

SEI seeks TI for mutual orifice/exploration. Object: auto vivisection for/communal pleasure.

Read “Inter-Sentient Personal Ads” by John Nichols. And my chapbook Edgewise is still available for pre-order.

I’d still let a half dozen loose in my pants.

Dragons Exist, Much Smaller Than Expected (via)

push wind through the trach

Four and Twenty: Short Form Poetry has just published two of my micropoems (one haiku, one senryu) in their February 2010 issue (pdf).

Click the poster. Click it.

Saw this at the library today:

It was through her body/that I wanted to pass close to the bodies of the boys.

Read “The Most Careless Girl in the Class Had the Most Exquisite Body” by Erica Ehrenberg.