These prose poems begin with lines chosen randomly from Clark Coolidge’s The Crystal Text (Sun & Moon, 1995; first published 1987). Each poem fits on a large index or time card. Other memory cards in this series can (or will be) found in Marsh Hawk Review (http://marshhawkreview.blogspot.com/2011/03/susan-m-schultz.html), New American Writing, Cimarron Review, Eleven Eleven, Mascara (Australia), Transpacific Poetics, and from Ink Press in Metz, France and the Dusie Kollectiv.
Susan M. Schultz lives and teaches in Hawai`i. She is author of four books of poetry and poetic prose, including Aleatory Allegories (Salt, 2000), Memory Cards & Adoption Papers Potes & Poets, 2001), And Then Something Happened (Salt, 2004), and Dementia Blog (Singing Horse Press, 2008), as well as A Poetics of Impasse in Modern and Contemporary American Poetry (University of Alabama Press, 2005) and other criticism. She founded Tinfish Press in 1995, and blogs at http://tinfisheditor.blogspot.com). She is a lifelong fan of the St. Louis Cardinals, and lives with her family in Kāne`ohe, on the island of O`ahu.