Daily Archives: December 10, 2009

May @outshine prose poems—humourous

May 2:

A monk, a clone, and a telepath walk into a bar. Which one cries, “I have a question for my maker”? Which one replies, “Yes, my son”?

[Bio] Greg Beatty (http://gregbeatty.net) lives in Washington with his wife Kathy, where the biggest challenge is staying dry.

May 9:

“You’re good as new,” Dr. said,

“I installed a new emotion processor

so you won’t have to worry about another

murderous psycho snap.”

[Bio] Andrew Hilbert lives and works in Orange County, CA. He regularly contributes to newversenews.com .

May 16:

Gloria painted the space ark purple, hung dice below the mirror. We watched the world old fall away. That’s some sick transit, Gloria Mundy. 

[Bio] Grant Stone lives in New Zealand. Which is handy, since that’s where all his stuff is. http://d1sc0r0b0t.blogspot.com/ .

May 23:

“Your great-grandfather bought one of the very first hybrid cars.”


“Because he wanted to conserve gasoline.”

“What’s gasoline?”

[Bio] Tony Noland writes fiction and non-fiction in Philadelphia. Follow @TonyNoland on Twitter and at his writing blog: http://is.gd/eK5R .

May 30:

“Icecream!” , I scream,

as I rush to take a bite.

Brother laughs: dad’s making

a new planet and the pink

snow has been just delivered.

[Bio] Sebastián Lalaurette, journalist, writer, editor, thing. http://tinyurl.com/lalaurette.

May @outshine prose poems—inspiring

May 6:

Lament of the Amoeboid Eremite: Quivering prophase

—Such lust cleaves our devotion!—

My mitotic sin..

[Bio] Nancy Chenier switches continents at random. In Japan now, but more permanence can be found at http://is.gd/jhTp .

May 13:

The enzymes dissolve the bark of my memories. I marvel at the clean, pale wood of my mind. I am born again.

[Bio] Deborah Walker can often be found in the British Museum, nicking ideas from ancient cultures .

May 20:

WhiteI emancipated my robot when she told an elaborate lie. I realized then, that she’d developed a mind’s eye.

[Bio] Ken Edgett is a Mars geologist and author. See: http://www.msss.com/biographies/edgett/ .

May 27:

Surgeon airships, new angels, visit lonely clearings and conjure health from chaos, creating smiles from pain—the alchemy of medicine.

[Bio] Ben White: Medical student & sometimes writer, basking in the near constant warmth of San Antonio, TX and online @ http://is.gd/HCFL.