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I Am Trying Really Hard Not to Run Away:Issue 32 Action Shots

Posted in Action Photos!, Issue Thirty-Two with tags , , , on July 28, 2012 by mohawko

It is with great pleasure that we present here the products of the little media blitz that Rebecca Haze initiated while wearing David Greenspan’s story for this week’s issue. Kicking up dust around the campus of Skidmore College. The results, in various forms, are as follows:

This post appeared on Facebook, a herald of things to come.

The story was worn in the wherabouts of Skidmore College during a month-long young writers’ conference, where, obviously, each and every attending writer was skooled by the words of Dave Greenspan.

From her shell, Rebecca wrote a preview review before things got going.


For the first time in SPR history, a story was worn on the front rather than the back.

Then she scooped us on our own story.


Finally, she ruminated on the conference and about the nightmares of the phrase ‘popcorn ceiling.’


Meanwhile, she tweeted.

Huge thanks to Rebecca for wearing the story and David Greenspan, as always, for making the words sing so loud.

Brody Dalle would be proud.

Issue Thirty-Two!!

Posted in Issue Thirty-Two with tags , , , on July 23, 2012 by mohawko

Oh man, have we got a story for you. This week, we raise our raw voices to the air in celebration of our thirty-second issue, brought to us by one of our most inimitable poets, and muscling its fearless way through a writers’ conference and elsewhere at Skidmore College and Saratoga Springs by previous SPR contributor Rebecca Haze. TAKE MY TIP GET ON OUT TAKE MY TIP GET ON OUT:




by David Greenspan

Operative: Rebecca Haze (Saratoga Springs, NY)

About the author: David Greenspan is the author of the chapbooks A COLLECTION OF MY GREATEST HITS (panguar ban party 2012), i tried to bear the elephants and lost (NAP 2012), and the forthcoming chapbook THEN (turtleneck press). Find him at

About the operative: Rebecca Haze‘s work has been featured in The Safety Pin Review in the past. She is still confused.