Tag: poetry

Tripping on Pistachios

Before I get into the recaps. I really want to let you know you should come to our first reading – it’s going to be a blast .- https://www.facebook.com/events/441058106013846/ Two weeks ago our minds were smashed open by submissions from Mike Lambert and Gina Bacola. Mike’s fifth submission to the group continued his novel “Young People” and we were introduced to…

Oh this is Fun: recap and a reading

A breakdown of all the great pieces we’ve received in the last month and a half: – On September 5th, George Ellis and Brandon Tristan Reid took HAHH by storm with freshmen submissions to the group.  George’s piece was a remarkable short story entitled “What’s Done is Undone” exploring dreams, and a fading grasp of reality, with some great motifis…

Cake, Poems, and What’s Happening Here?

Last week, we had a birthday party. It was Charlie’s birthday.  We love Charlie, very very very very very very very much.  (http://youtu.be/E0kHg8bHjkY) I’m going to be brief since we’re meeting in about an hour, and I’d still like sometime to re-read this weeks’ submissions by George and Brandon. But no seriously. Beth made great cake.   Anywho, last week…

What happened last month?

I felt guilty when I missed a recap four weeks ago, I’ll be damned if I miss this one too, and so I’ll just have to be extra quick on the both of our May workshops if I’m ever to assuage my everlasting catholic guilt.  On May 16th, The Hour After Happy Hour read some excellent poetry submissions from Dean…