The following 6 Links are from Brad Listi’s e-zine, The Nervous Breakdown. That guy is a genius
Smithson and Milo… Awesome fellas.
Listi, too. These guys are so hip and fast I call them the “AT Pack” as in , they are where it’s at. Great writers all of them over there at The Nervous Breakdown.
TPAC 2010 – Day 26: Coast to Coast, PM
by SIMON SMITHSON
23 August 2010
Tags: california, LA, los angeles, New Mexico, road trip, Seriously Matt Baldwin Was Snatched Up By A Giant Pelic, Simon Smithson, The Nervous Breakdown, TPAC, TPAC 2010, Zara Potts
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TPAC 2010: Day 2,3: Auckland Airport, LAX, Los Angeles
by SIMON SMITHSON
08 June 2010
Tags: 2010, air travel, America, Brad Listi, Lenore Zion, Lisa Rae Cunningham, los angeles, Reno Romero, Simon Smithson, TNB, TNB Literary Experience, Too many writers to possibly list this late at night, TPAC, Travel, Travel Writing, Zara Potts
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by MILO MARTIN
01 May 2010
Tags: interviews, Milo Martin, poets
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by YVONNE DE LA VEGA
13 March 2010
Tags: barbie, beating, colors, poem, Politics, Yvonne de la Vega
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And if no one is looking, they’ll find me at the very high profile online presence
that is the closest I’ve come to actually having a job-a-job at Examiner
as the LA Poetry Examiner,
(there’s a blue rose at the bottom of the page)
The Nervous Breakdown is an online magazine that receives around 150,000 hits a month. This site was brainstormed by genius Brad Listi. Did I mention he’s hot? Yeah.
You can check out my TBN Self Interview
as well as my poem “Everything Pink”
I also publish occasionally at Broowaha
You can find a couple of my poems there and a short story.
Start with Yvonne de la Vega’s Profile and get a list of my publications.
I’ve appeared on several records with some awesome people. Over at Discogs, you can actually pick up the Malcolm McLaren album with “Ire’ a Santiago” where I’m the featured vocalist with a poem by Garcia Lorca. The track was produced by Booker T Washington Jr.Jr. was really the sound behind the track and it’s pretty cool. Click on the album and it’ll take you to Discogs.
You can also find a copy of the record JUMP STREET my single with Herb Alpert on A&M Records there.
There’s a few more places on the net where I probably am, but who cares, I’m not Paris Hilton. You know if I had my brains and her inheritance… I’d probably be a really bad poet.
Anyways, my fun, fun! high profile online publication where I get to tell the world all about the greatest poets on the planet!
THE LOS ANGELES POETS!!!!