The fiercest hearts are in love with a wild perfection. —Stanley Kunitz

The City Limit’s Fine: The February 2007 Poker Report

(Editor’s Note: This bastard only took me a week to post; at this rate, I'll be caught up by the end of the summer. I'm not making any promises, however, because there's a great chance that I'll only disappoint us both, and I'm tired of going around, disappointing people.)

2 February 2007

I Ain’t Really Drowning: The January 2007 Poker Report

(Editor’s Note: Okay, this time it did take me two weeks to add a new Poker Report. I apologize with great profusion.)


5 January 2007

This Is How It Ends: The December 2006 Poker Report

(Editor’s Note: This time, it only took me eleven days to post this latest Poker Report. I think that we're all proud of me.)

 

Leave It in the Truck: The November 2006 Poker Report

(Editor’s Note: Not bad. It's only ten days since I posted the last Poker Report. I think that we're all shocked. At this rate, I'll catch up in no time. Unless, you know, I don't.) 

The Magic Plates: The October 2006 Poker Report

(Editor’s Note: Okay, so much for posting every two weeks until I got caught up. At least I have a partial excuse: I was on vacation for a few days. And, honestly, we all need a break once in a while.

It’s Not You, It’s Your Books

I don't understand people, mostly. The few who I do understand tend to be those who read a lot, way more than probably is healthy.

Picture from the Philip Levine Birthday Reading

The Semicolon

Semicolons are my favorite piece of punctuation, and now there's an article about them in The New York Times; I couldn't be happier.

The Year in Music: 2007

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