Bartender Adam Stone presents the following unlikely marketing triad…
What is this calendar selling? Or, alternately, what strange combination of concepts might you propose to market your own idea?
I posted a Facebook status during the open mic, asking poets to provide me with a prompt which I had to write from during the course of the open mic. The one I chose came from Billy Tuggle
You have forty-five minutes until you are born.
In honor of Adam Stone’s feature this week, Sue Savoy presented a prose poem about a retail situation that built from the mundane to the totally absurd. What everyday story could you tell about your life that takes on epic proportions when brought to the stage?
During the annual Boston Weird Thanksgiving, Carlos Williams, Mike Fitzgerald, and other poets were discussing an assortment of improbable scenarios that eventually culminated in the discussion of what one would wish for if they ever came face to face with Bruce, who graduated the bottom of his class from Djinn University. The prompt is as follows:
The Mediocre Genie will grant you any small wish you want… To a point. For instance, you may achieve the superpower of always catching the bus– as long as you run. Alternately, every sexual partner you ever have will think the sex you share is mediocre, but they will always think it's their fault and want to improve on the experience. What does the Mediocre Genie do for you?
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