Well done, Cal! As I told you a few years ago, Mrs. ELS taught a unit a few years ago from your Pop Thorndale book...great stuff.I, well, I'm not a poet. But I love this one!
Mistletoe. Neighbor. That sounds too close to the bone!
Very cool. I was wondering how a vidshizzle could have something to do with a book --- but of course, spoken word poetry. This is an ad campaign I'll enjoy.
Thanks, folks, and to Terry for putting it up. I will do my best not to bug you about it until March or whenever it comes out. I'll be at the AWP in Minneapolis (for you English / CW folks) to promote it, and once it's for sale I'll request about 3/4 of the page for my author photo and a link. Haha.The vidshizzles are what I do to relax - and golf - when I simply can't stare into the abyss of another freshman essay.
Oh, cool! I look forward to hearing more. :)
Oh my god can we all just agree not to encourage him!!!
When your bad girlfriend finally leaves for good, making off with your coolest shirt, maybe you'll meet accidentally with a woman at Citibank whose sartorial choices tend differently:She wants a car with a cupholder arm restShe wants a car that will get her thereShe's changing her name from Kitty to KarenShe's trading her MG for a white Chrysler La BaronI want a girl with a short skirt and a lonnnnggggggggg jacket.- lyrics by John McCrea, ca. 2001.
That's what I get from copy/pasting that from a non-authoritative source. The car is a LeBaron.
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