August 10-16, 2009: Dr Kane X Faucher and Ross Leese

week of August 10-16, 2009: 

Dr Kane X Faucher and Ross Leese

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Kane X Faucher
jonkilcalembour@yahoo.com

Bio (auto)

Kane X Faucher is an instructor in the Faculty of Information & Media Studies at the University of Western Ontario and is the author of over 500 poems, short fiction, articles, essays, reviews and commentaries He is also the author of 8 books, including Urdoxa, Jonkil Dies, and his recent Gonzo travelogue, Tales Pinned on a Complete Ass: A Journey to Romania He lives and works in London-the other one, in Canada –
Visit him on the web here: http://kanexfaucher.weebly.com/ or here: http://uwo.academia.edu/KaneFaucher

The following work is Copyright © 2009, and owned by Kane X Faucher and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.


Psalmud

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being published electronically as satisfying
as having one’s name on a telephone conversation.

Jabbed hard and square in the chest,
buddy.

O sucks to be you/me.

Stephen Vizinczey is in praise of older women (what Magyari ain’t?)

Go in for biopathy, come out with emo-plague Attack of the Wal-Martians, ’til you cry Oriaunt Diagnosis? Agnosis; you go lonely and untroubled
without a god perched on yer shoulder.

Perhaps you&me
in the same platoon
in Wheilo (Can you speak Turenchi?)
How are your people now? The Tiv are always parading;
maybe at the Warri refinery Are you in touch with Achan? Isaiah?
-misfired alumni missives from Delta State.

Peculators, simony-artists, cryptologists alike Rather to be like Lazaro, live a good life,
learn nothing.

Ross Leese
marielindley@hotmail.co.uk

Bio (auto)

My name is Ross Leese and I live in Doncaster in the North of England I am approaching my thirties, somewhat uncomfortably and would like to leave it at that!

The following work is Copyright © 2009, and owned by Ross Leese and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.

as another door closes

I keep my
spirits high

by chewing
gum

and reading
bad poetry

by brilliant
poets.