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1000 Black Lines

:: digital coffee stains on the paper of the blogosphere ::

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About

:: Coffeehouse Junkie ::

10 years experience as a graphic designer and artist who has recently been promoted to management.

Publishes poetry, fiction and essays in obscure publications, eats critical theory articles for breakfast and digests ancient manuscripts for light reading.

Circumnavigates academia and is often found in dark corners of coffee shops writing in a note book.

Does not reply to comments, but reads every single one of them.

"Looking at 1000 Black Lines, the first impression you may to get is that of an old photocopied 'zine gone 21st century. Poems, essays, random journal entries, images and links to curious items of interest artfully litter the site.

Writer and graphic designer Matt Mulder launched the blog – a fusion of personal journal and professional portfolio... He began by linking to his articles, passing along writing tips, and posting poems ... from his published collection, Late Night Writing (Wasteland Press, 2004) – and curious readers began to take notice."
--Mountain Xpress

:: Regarding poetry from LATE NIGHT WRITING ::

"Feeling-good reading, almost like a Rimbaud sobering up with Miles Davis over tequila sunrises at Venice Beach on a windy September late afternoon."
--Pasckie Pascua, author of Vagrant Verses, Serpentine Summers

"These poems are for & of the quiet moments we mostly overlook & are doomed to lose, snapshots of what's been lost."
--Nate Pritts, author of The Happy Seasons

"Every time I read [Late Night Writing] I like it better. . . you paint word pictures, and I can see what you [see], and how you feel."
--Wayne P. James, poet

"I'm a big fan of the Late Night Writing... I can't tell you how many times I have enjoyed reading through this quality reading product. I really think this book will gain in popularity... When are you going to publish another book?"
--Coffeehouse Junkie's brother

:: LIT BIO ::

"A theory slut from Asheville--a true elite of the postmodernists."
--Flasheville.com

"A New Products Manager ... from Asheville."
--The Blotter

"Has published one poetry chapbook--LATE NIGHT WRITING"
--H_NGM_N

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