“You Will Never Be the Same, aka This Saturday is Record Store Day” by Rob Geisen

Episode 10: A New Hope 2, Electric Boogaloo  The year was hell, I don’t know. 2007 maybe. George Bush was sucking on hard candy in the White House and people were listening to a lot of Kid Rock for some reason. I was still a good 18 months away from my second divorce and Hannah …

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Marcus Palmer is My Favorite Serial Killer by Get in the car, Helen

Marcus Palmer is my favorite Serial Killer. He doesn’t kill people, because that would be illegal (pause). He kills Bullshit (which is probably more days than less days the same goddamn thing). And his machete is made out of words. Marcus is a Serial Killer of Bullshit; but he’s not one of those dudes who …

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IN BOULDER, COLORADO YOU CAN GO TO A POETRY READING SEVEN NIGHTS A WEEK!

“Hey GITCH,” I said to Get in The Car, Helen, “Do you realize this week there are poetry readings you can go to every single night?” “What?!,” GITCH said. “It’s true. I think I’m going to go to every one of them and read something.  I think I’m gonna try to complete The Cycle.” “That’s …

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PROFILE: GET IN THE CAR, HELEN IS THE GREATEST LIVING AMERICAN POET

Me and Get in the Car, Helen were at the Del Taco drivethru.  We’d just killed it at another F-Bomb (monthly flash fiction reading series, next one 630 tonight at Mercury Café, 2199 California St, Denver, hosted by Kona Morris) and we got wasted afterward (and a little before and during) with Nancy and Kona …

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REVIEW: NANCY STOHLMAN’S “THE MONSTER OPERA” IS GOOD (or the story of my ruthless ascent to the center of Nancy’s exclusive inner circle)

Nancy Stohlman, author of Searching for Suzie, lead singer of 80’s lounge metal cover band Kinky Mink, and mastermind behind the F-Bomb Flash Fiction Reading Series, will be putting on her new operanovel The Monster Opera 7pm tonight at the Mercury Café (2199 California St, Denver, tickets $12 at the door) with a cast of …

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