0.357 is… (up 0.024)
submissions/acceptances as batting average [as of 5 September 2015]
Correspondences is composed of 62 poems assembled while cleaning out personal email ahead of a swift termination date at an old job. It took 11 hours and 46 minutes. I don’t know why I timed it. I was thinking about my time there as congealed labor, though I didn’t do much of anything for 20 hours a week in my hidden cubicle. All lines are written by correspondents to me (and so “found” is in a specific sense, perhaps “addressed” would be a better term). I normalized the punctuation and capitalization a bit for consistency of a sort. Only one line was taken from any given email. Many poets’ prose is poached here, but none of the Atlanta group (where I would read this material as soon as it was written).
A two page remix from Correspondences is published in An Atlanta Poets Group Anthology: The Lattice Inside (p.202-3)