The birds here don’t smoke but they pick up the butts that fall from the butts that crawl from carl’s bad jr and back.



Many thanks for your submission to the QUEEROCRACY Slideshow & Zine! This event will be part of the QUEEROCRACYSymposium, which will be held on Saturday, April 16th and Sunday, April 17th, 2011 in the Tishman Auditorium of The New School (66 West 12th Street, New York, NY)

The writings you’ve shared are great, and we would love to have you be part of our project! We can give you 2 pages in our zine, we might end up just giving 1, we are finalizing our printing budget. So please choose 2 pieces, I hate to break the cycle of the relationship, but try to send us 1 or 2 pages…

Please hep us spread the word and we hope to see you at the QUEEROCRACY Symposium
Camilo Godoy

From The New Yorker

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to consider your work. We regret that we are unable to carry it in the magazine.

Warmest regards,

The Editors

Placing your work elsewhere

Thank you for submitting your entry,

Although we are unable to use the material you offered, we do thank you for sharing it with us. Since our space is limited we must often pass on well-crafted efforts. We wish you good fortune in placing your work elsewhere. Unfortunately, the number of submissions we receive does not permit us to personally comment on declined material.


The Editors of War, Literature & the Arts

2011-11-22 14:18:41 (GMT -7:00)


Rejection Letters

Good Afternoon  –

We have received your resume and we thank you for your inquiry regarding the position.  At the present time, there are others with interest, skills, and experience that more closely match what we are looking for.  We will keep your resume on file for future consideration should other openings arise. Recruiting talented and dedicated employees is of the highest importance, and we thank you for your interest.

We wish you the best of luck in your job search and in all future endeavors.

Best regards,

A sunset doesn’t last all evening, a mind can blow those clouds away.

Harrison stated, “I didn’t have many tunes on Beatles records, so doing an album like All Things Must Pass was like going to the bathroom and letting it out.”

All Things Must Pass is a triple album by George Harrison, recorded and released in 1970. Just after The Beatles break-up. A lot of the songs were written during the recording of the white album but were rejected by other members of the band.

I recommend listening to it all the way through. While working or creating. Use the following link:


Paul Michel Foucault & Antonín Dvořák

Reading Michel Foucault for a geography class that I should be at but instead staying here and reading for it. Counterproductive Tuesday.
Michel Foucault Birth of Biopolitics

Reading even a simple fortune cookie in the presence of Antonín Dvořák would become an impactful and maybe even temporarily-life-changing moment. Open up two windows of The Noon Witch. Polednice and play it in round.
Open up windows in your houses today.