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About Randy Stark
From Chicago to L.A. Ten-year layover in Albuquerque. Twelve-year diversion to Seattle, where he was a member of the iconic Seattle No Ice group (with Joe Keppler, Bill Shively, and Ralph LaCharity). Has published fiction, criticism (art and drama), poetry and journalism.
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Titles By Randy Stark
It's Coming Fire Apr 14, 2021
Epigrammatic, accessible, photorealistic, and Cubist stanzas and sequences interrogating current culture. Featuring the hit poems: “In Everywhere Area,” “No Mames Güey,” “Tripping Hazard,” “A Cow Died for Your Menudo,” “The Lost Paletero,” “Inklings and Oinklings,” and many others. Captures of delight, mostly, with enough evil grabs to keep it real. Like being preapproved for platinum!
The first digital edition, a special revisiting, celebrating the 15th anniversary of the original publication.
No Ordinary Sailing Dec 7, 2016
Sequences of everyday American life in short, episodic threads of vocalized pauses and verbal fillers that accessorize and aurally punctuate discourse in public spaces and common places (such as offices, snack bars, waiting rooms, etc.) with interludes of participant observation. Presented in poetic form (although perhaps not poetry in the usual sense of the word).
Throw Lines Jul 20, 2016
Sequences and observations, episodic threads of vocalized pauses, aural punctuation and verbal fillers that accessorize discourse in public spaces and common places (such as offices, snack bars, waiting rooms, etc.) written in poetic form (although maybe not poetry in the usual sense of the word).
You Perfect Thing: sequences and micropoems Apr 1, 2016
Short verses and episodic sequences about the extravaganza of daily life, from home to work to recreational activities, referencing antiquity and popular culture, speculating on the future, a parade of life and mind marches through these poems. The format may be unusual, but the style is unmistakable and the enthusiasm high.