690 photographs are now captioned and sequenced on my flickr web place. You can click on one of the icons in the upper right of the page to see a slide show, or click on pictures you scroll down to, or figure it out yourself. More and more people will have photographs of their trips to Cuba to share with you, and they will not offer to show them because it's so embarrassing, so none of us will look at them, because we are all going to be going there, and there's nothing especially wonderful about mine, except that only I would have taken these photographs, they all have captions (which you don't have to read--they are not creative), and I love my photos, damn it.
Essay EP digital editions has mounted a chapbook on line, the text of the second book of a trilogy nearing readiness for publication as one larger volume. What are these signals from? can be read by turning pages of the book on line or by downloading a PDF to read on a screen or print. This series also has lots of other fascinating and diverse chapbooks to explore.
Caleb Beckwith invited Susanne Stein and me to have an interview conversation this summer to post on The Conversant's website. We are talking about our work in on-line improvisational chat text performances.