9/29/09

+I saw The Room last night. It was incredible.

+Get your hands on this from MLP:
an anthology of everything mud luscious press has ever printed in its four-by-four chapbooks beginning in the fall of 2008 & going through to the end of 2009 & featuring the most tremendous writing of ken baumann, shane jones, jimmy chen, brandi wells, blake butler, nick antosca, sam pink, james chapman, colin bassett, michael kimball, jac jemc, kim chinquee, kim parko, norman lock, randall brown, brian evenson, michael stewart, peter markus, ken sparling, aaron burch, david ohle, matthew savoca, p. h. madore, johannes göransson, charles lennox, ryan call, elizabeth ellen, molly gaudry, kevin wilson, mary hamilton, craig davis, kendra grant malone, lavie tidhar, lily hoang, mark baumer, ben tanzer, krammer abrahams, joshua cohen, eugene lim, c. l. bledsoe, joanna ruocco, josh maday, & michael martone as they first appeared in mud luscious print & here collected all together for the first & only time.

Order here.
+David Peak's chapbook Museum of Fucked is coming along nicely. We're finalizing the cover as we speak. The Warm Milk Printing Press site should be launched soon.

+The Internet is bizarre.

+Looking forward to The Failure Six.

+Sometimes this blog freaks me out.

6 comments:

Eric Beeny said...

The Internet is bizarre. That anothology looks crazy-bananas…

ben spivey said...

Ha, yes it does look crazy-bananas. Hope a lot of people pick it up.

davidpeak said...

the internet freaks me out too. i'm not even kidding. sometimes it's hard to keep returning to it.

ben spivey said...

Seriously. I contemplate shutting everything down. Sometimes I want to disappear from the grid, turn it all off. Delete.

Matt DeBenedictis said...

Everything is bizarre. The internet just made everyone realize it. Now there are no surprises.

I need to see the room. I own it. It glares at me in the packaging; it's got a fuck-do-it stare. But I wait.

ben spivey said...

Matt, you must see the room in theaters. How the crowd reacts/ interacts was half the fun.