No books. However, I did unpack (or maybe I'd already unpacked it, but I found it again, whatever) The Heavenly Twins, by Madame Sarah Grande.
I'm in the process of applying for a community college job--I'm really very interested in community college teaching, but cc application forms rival those of the government for sheer bureaucratic ridiculousness.
I made some corn bread pudding/corn spoon bread/corn bread like the kind you can get in Mexico--almost like pudding a little sweet with corn, masa harina and stone-ground cornmeal it was good.
I sent a revised track list to narrow house recordings yesterday--now I just have to finish paragraph or so of text for the inside. At first I told justin simply to call the chapdisk "It does not go back." This is the default title because it is the default title of one of the serial poems on it, the one I wrote with the Rand McNally road atlas. Anything with maps is ok with me, but I'm going to spend a moment thinking of other titles.
These 1rst three are all just phrases pulled from the map poems:
- it does not go back
- mainland vs.
- moving walkways
- squares labeled (or square labels)
- demons arrive (title of the first poem)
- see it everywhere (I'm kind of fond of this one, maybe, it's from the last poem on the disk)