Friday, June 22, 2007

There is now video footage from our last reading at Duffs available for viewing at our Youtube page: titled Get Born 06/04/2007

Thursday, June 14, 2007

July 6th

Get Born reading #3 1/2
@ CAMP (3022 A Cherokee )
8:00 P.M.
Featuring:Matthew Freeman
Mathieu Paul
Joseph Sulier'
Joe Wetteroth

CAMP is an awesome and newly beautifully remodeled anarchist collective across the street from Fort Gondo and very near Radio Cherokee,Typo Cafe,and Apop Records.Unfortunately there is no booze allowed,BUT,I think we will be having drinks down at my place before hand,contact me if interested.Come out and enjoy Matthew Freeman,a well known poet from around these parts.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007


First off,for those of you out of town,back-issues are now available through so get em while they're stolen.Secondly,the next reading will be held at CAMP(3022A Cherokee St. )on July 6th,more details on who's reading to follow but it will be much smaller than our Duffs readings.Go to for an archived streamed version of our radio spot on 88.1 KDHX's Literature For The Halibut show on May 31st.That should wrap up all things current,in the future keep an ear out for a Get Born reading tour of the East coast in November,new issue out as soon as I'm not broke again,#3 to be hitting the stands of Vintage Vinyl,Left Bank Books,and Star Clipper this weekend hopefully,and more sleep,more beautiful sleep.

Tuesday, June 5, 2007

All the young poets

Thank you to everyone who cam out last night and everyone who participated.There are pictures up from the reading on our Myspace page,feel free to save them and tweak them with funny things in photoshop(some suggestions could be anything involving splicing them with photos of rauncy pornography,or go into paint and draw funny things on us like moustaches and dresses).Please check out and get in contact with the following people,they all have books out,are all local,and all very talented:Matthew Freeman ,Bill Brady , Philip Gounis , Luc Rioual (He's not local,but he's good).

Friday, June 1, 2007

Thank you

To anyone who tuned in to our radio spot yesterday evening.Also endless praise to Ann Haubrich and Literature For The Halibut for giving us a shot to read some poetry and promote the upcoming poetry reading,and to Phil Gounis for connecting us with Ann in the first place.If you didn't get a chance to listen and would like to the show will be available to stream online within the next week or so at:
You can also view some brand new videos of our reading get together after the radio show in Tower Grove Park on our Youtube site at