scatterbrain fever busy in the slammer & better after dark as if on the one hand flaming for eternity cause or was that real she was a kid but I wanted to ask her how it is, to be personas immoral in my book awake defense an ecstasy recovered from a body having thought not merged & as such missed the boat these laden contradictions warehouse shrink the word expressly tired week will hum like dog will hunt what is sadder than unsympathetic send regrets do it in Spanish
Carol Mirakove is the author of Mediated (Factory School), Occupied (Kelsey St. Press), and with Jen Benka, 1,138 (Belladonna). She is a participant in the collaboration The Collective Task (Patrick Lovelace Editions) and last year with Dutch musician bates45 she released the electro-house track “temporary tattoos.” Carol’s poetry and recordings are catalogued at the electronic poetry collection Archive of the Now. She is a founding member of the subpress collective, with whom she published Fractured Humorous by Edwin Torres, a former workshop leader at The Poetry Project, and she has served poetry editor of Boog City. Carol currently lives in San Francisco where she is a member of the Nonsite Collective and where she serves on the Board of Directors at Small Press Traffic.