Dave Wright

altlitgossip:

On October 15th Dig That Book is gonna release a limited number of Beach Sloth’s book ”It Doesn’t Matter What You Look Like On The Outside It’s What’s On The Internet That Matters,” which contains 200+ pages of Beach Sloth content, a lot of which I’ve been told has never been seen before. This book contains multitudes. Most of this book is very different from the Beach Sloth blog content. It contains funny poems about bros jogging through the park, kind poems about sharing fruit with friends, observational poems about past roommates, eccentric non-kid friendly poems about Nintendo Bukkakes, heart felt poems about loved ones, poignant poems about those who have passed on, beautiful imagistic poems about sharing time together in silence in a park in Late October, poems about ubiquitous M&Ms, poems, poems about getting mugged in August after a not-so-pleasant day, poems about love and life, poems that mostly refuse any categorization at all. It contains stories too. Rob Ford the crack-smoking Toronto Mayor makes a cameo. And all this is just in the first 100 pages or so.
October 15th the first x-number of people to paypal Beach Sloth x-number of dollars at pleasepaybeachsloth@gmail.com will receive a very nice printed edition of this collection. When that limited number is gone, we will announce when and how the next ones will be released. I’d urge anyone who has ever been in contact with Beach Sloth to get in on this and support the Sloth’s work. Because like Beach Sloth says, “support each other.”      


Beach Sloth

altlitgossip:

On October 15th Dig That Book is gonna release a limited number of Beach Sloth’s book ”It Doesn’t Matter What You Look Like On The Outside It’s What’s On The Internet That Matters,” which contains 200+ pages of Beach Sloth content, a lot of which I’ve been told has never been seen before. This book contains multitudes. Most of this book is very different from the Beach Sloth blog content. It contains funny poems about bros jogging through the park, kind poems about sharing fruit with friends, observational poems about past roommates, eccentric non-kid friendly poems about Nintendo Bukkakes, heart felt poems about loved ones, poignant poems about those who have passed on, beautiful imagistic poems about sharing time together in silence in a park in Late October, poems about ubiquitous M&Ms, poems, poems about getting mugged in August after a not-so-pleasant day, poems about love and life, poems that mostly refuse any categorization at all. It contains stories too. Rob Ford the crack-smoking Toronto Mayor makes a cameo. And all this is just in the first 100 pages or so.

October 15th the first x-number of people to paypal Beach Sloth x-number of dollars at pleasepaybeachsloth@gmail.com will receive a very nice printed edition of this collection. When that limited number is gone, we will announce when and how the next ones will be released. I’d urge anyone who has ever been in contact with Beach Sloth to get in on this and support the Sloth’s work. Because like Beach Sloth says, “support each other.”      

Beach Sloth

(via davewright21)

joshspilker:

My hands signing the #tacojehovah contract from @digthatbook

Spilker signing his soul over to Dig That Book Co.

joshspilker:

My hands signing the #tacojehovah contract from @digthatbook

Spilker signing his soul over to Dig That Book Co.

joshspilker:

Dave wright @davewright21 holding my contract for #tacojehovah dig that book 2k15

joshspilker:

Dave wright @davewright21 holding my contract for #tacojehovah dig that book 2k15

noglykon:

Reality Hands #6
July 15
Featuring:
Alexandra Naughton
Cherubshithead
Nathan Masserang
William Lessard
Josh Spilker
Alexandra Wuest
Dave Wright 
No Glykon
Wyatt Sparks
Manuel Arturo Abreu

noglykon:

Reality Hands #6

July 15

Featuring:

Alexandra Naughton

Cherubshithead

Nathan Masserang

William Lessard

Josh Spilker

Alexandra Wuest

Dave Wright 

No Glykon

Wyatt Sparks

Manuel Arturo Abreu

(via altlit)

can we make this not a dream and you come looking for me and I won’t make it hard to find me and I’ll hold a light and you can just walk toward it and at that light I’ll be there and it’ll be lovely and we can hold hands and talk about how the universe is unknowable and amazing and the sun actually just keeps coming up and we can just walk and then we won’t have to say anything at all.

John Prine

John Prine