Three Shanghai poems from Expat Taxes, originally published in various editions of Larry Fagin‘s Sal Mimeo, are up at Alluvium, the house publication of Literary Shanghai. Plus one they like because it has the word “alluvial” in it, previously published in the Brooklyn Rail, as a li’l promo salvo in advance of the reading event at Madame Mao’s Dowry.
The poems are old — like 5, 6, 7 years old, except for “Sea Lyric,” which is what, 3? 4?
Write some new shit, holmes.
OK. I’ll be reading and talking some newer work next next Saturday, April 22, 7pm at Madame Mao’s Dowry. We’re all in Shanghai together, so I’m sure I’ll see you there.