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GuerrillaReads accepts my Read!

September 24, 2008

Big news in my world: I am very pleased to announce that GuerrillaReads reviewed Shishilop Project (Take 2–less wind), accepted the new version, and will publish my video on their site today!

Please go visit and check out their cool project–putting poetry on the streets and other unexpected places! Doing a Guerrilla Read is a perfect activity anytime but especially during a Mercury Retrograde like from today until Oct. 15 when communications may have some extra special twists and turns, some opportunities to reflect, research, reward… (Mine is in Aquarius 10th house which should come as no surprise if you know anything about astrology…Where’s yours?)

GuerrillaReads intends to post a new one monthly–I encourage you to participate! In the meantime, check out what’s there!

3 Comments leave one →
  1. September 25, 2008 3:47 am

    Mine is my pocket with my cigarettes. Yyayaya congratulations. You worked hard on that one and the reult showed the effort and now you are reaping the rewards, cool bananas.

  2. September 25, 2008 3:51 am

    thank you Paul, now how can I convince you to torch those cigarettes? or are they purely mythical ones like your submission?

  3. birdielou permalink
    October 2, 2008 3:27 pm

    I like your work, and congratulations on getting your read accepted by GuerrillaReads. The project is really interesting and reminds me of the thrill I used to get posting art fliers about town back in the late ’70’s; that kind of free-for-all getting a message out attitude.

    And thanks for your compliments on my poetry. I don’t know that I’ll put up my art. Right now it feels odd to mix the two forms, writing and visual art.

    Pomegranates for a fall ritual? My only suggestions is that you need feathers too.

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