Thursday, July 16, 2009

Thieves Jargon 191

We're back, and now under Dan Scannell's watch. Wish the fellow luck.

15 comments:

Andy Henion said...

Nice to see such heady content. The mountain lion poem, to me, is the standout. Creepy, insane stuff (though I wished the ending had matched that mood). Regardless, excellent stuff.

Spencer Troxell said...

Very good stuff here. The new format is going to work for me. 'Lines Written...' is money.

Brian Fugett said...

Great debut issue, Mr. Danny Scannell! Double thumbs-up!

Brian Fugett said...

by the way, the John Grochalski poem was my personal favorite in this issue...that boy is a fine-ass poet!

Mike said...

Guaranfuckinteed!

Matt DiGangi said...

I could get used to this.

Especially liked the poems by Ames, Bowles, and Bradley.

Spencer Troxell said...

I forgot how good the Ames poem was.

crackers said...

cheers d. scannell et al.

some raw stuff. i like "mountain lion."

good photograph for the issue too.

mather said...

The more things change, the more they stay the same...

renaissance jones said...

Learn From a Gentleman.

mather said...

Strange, Renaissance, that with your ties (and talent) you would not have more work posted on Thieves Jargon.

renaissance jones said...

Does anyone else get the feeling that Mother is setting me up for something with that comment?

Matt DiGangi said...

TJ policy when I was --Ed. was not to post work from co-editors.

mather said...

What's the point of kissing up to editors (Ed.s) if they won't publish your stuff? God damn it, mama!

andy.riverbed said...

no one kisses up. you just think they do.

i'm pretty sure those who communicate here do so genuinely.

if i'm fake it's cause i wanna get a job.

no one's getting paid here.