I have a new poem in The Rumpus today, called "Semi-Aubade" (sorry, B, I had to name it at the last minute). It's part of the National Poetry Month feature. Here's the full line-up. I especially liked Jennifer Chang's poem from a couple of days ago ("Or: the wave-stressed shore, the shore queening its pale strand over the world’s erosion").
Kathy's latest post up at the PoFo blog ("Contents: One Acme Poem-Making Kit") reminded me of this old Coyote and Roadrunner cartoon, "Beep Prepared" (the short is packaged up with Splendor in the Grass, a super-weird movie in which Natalie Wood goes insane in a setting outside of space-time as we know it). The sequence between 1:24 and 2:19 is especially wonderful:
Also, as long as I'm posting shorts, this is super hilarious: