Spotlight: In Memoriam of Saturday Morning Cartoons
In case you haven’t heard, this past weekend was the first weekend in over 50 years where there were no cartoons on television. That’s right: The Saturday morning cartoon era is officially over.
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New Poems by Brad Liening
Via Gobbet: “Brad Liening is the author of Death Salad (available from gobbet press). Recent poems have appeared in Hotel Amerika and Inpatient Press. He lives in Minneapolis.”
Contractual swag piles up under multinational gauze.
Judging by the drowning we’re one product away
From final irrelevance.
O how meaning flees
Is the subject of my unfinished dissertation.
In the meantime, the meantime.
I drink and die. I wave away.
Candidates caterwaul a sleepless calling and lie
Down in prepared niches
Packing the primetime anomie.
Despair is emailed around the globe.
A gift bag is made in the image of starvation.