"There are circles you remember and circles you forget," begins a prose poem in Bryce Milligan's extraordinary new collection, Take to the Highway: Arabesques for Travelers (West End Press), setting out "patterns beneath patterns" in a lyrical tour de force across interior and exterior landscapes.
Interlacing short poems, "winding through the hills / an old and cherished habit," with movin
Last night, a motorcyclist traveling on the West Side Highway on the Upper West Side was fatally struck by a vehicle. [ more › ]
Bryce Canyon National Park is on Utah Highway 63, a couple miles off Highway 12 on a 20-mile dead end road running along the top of a plateau at 8,000 to 9,200 feet in elevation. Best Western Ruby’s Inn is in the small town of Bryce...
Summer’s creeping up real fast, and I’m jonesin’ to make like Jack Kerouac and hit the road. I just want to be in jorts and write long, wild poems while zipping down the highway, you know? How about we pile into an old Jeep with Bli...
Peter Milligan and Brendan McCarthy spoke with ROBOT 6 about "The Best of Milligan & McCarthy," a just-released hardcover collecting nearly every page the duo have collaborated on since the late '70s.