Saturday, March 21, 2009

Digital Age

In order to better complete the task that Physical Poets set for itself, it has now become a monthly mass-mailed .pdf magazine. If you would like to subscribe, email PhysPo [at] lilnorton [dot] com and put the word "subscribe" in the subject line. To unsubscribe, same deal, "unsubscribe" in the subject line. A new, all-encompassing Lil' Norton website is underway. We are very excited about the new possibilities and new audiences, editors that this change in format opens and makes accessible.

Also, this blog is kaput so check out the full-on, Lil' Norton portal at

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Ugly Duckling Chapbook

My new chapbook is ready for presale. Buy early and buy right.

"A chapbook-length poem that sardonically examines a modern society caught in the grip of the military industry complex, the war on terrorism, consumer culture, and Toby Keith."

Thursday, January 1, 2009

Comment Is Free Vol. 3: Subjects

The third in a series of books on various subjects, all of it pulled from newspaper comment streams. The current volume, "Subjects," collages comments to articles on blogging and "oversharing," psychiatry for the superwealthy, the rights of apes, and the future of the book. It's as if everyone in the world annoying enough to comment obsessively on "controversial" topics were suddenly awarded PhDs and given book deals, still without having anything interesting to say! The present volume sells at cost for $5.98 from Lulu. Visit Lil' Norton's storefront today!

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Bridge Over Troubled Wahwah

I don't know if anyone actually reads this blog regularly, but the update with the third volume is that its laid out and ready to go, but will be waiting just a little bit longer. It's definitely def, Parker and Landman are rare and raw. I just don't want to release this beast into this troubled market. Troubled waters. Thanks for your patience.

Friday, August 22, 2008

Physpo Vol. 3 Comin' Atcha

A new Physpo is in the works! "ALTARS," a collaborative project by Seth Landman (who runs a lil' mag called "Invisible Ear") and Seth Parker (proprietor of "Skein" magazine), is being committed to InDesign for a release in September. It looks to be as exciting if not more brilliant than our previous issues. Physpo will never be the same.

Sunday, May 25, 2008

New Lil' Norton Book!!!!!

Presenting the second volume of Comment Is Free: Imperialism at Home. Here we have a long treatise on the role of government in the economy. The text is taken from comment streams on two stories about the Bear Stearns bailout from The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. It is available at and is, as usual, sold at cost.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

The Physical Poets Volume 2: "Les Deux"

It's here. It's queer. And it's not going anywhere . . . except your bookshelf reserved for radical poetry! Boom! Boom! Shake the room! Physical Poetry is back with a brand-new edition!

Edited by Mssrs. Timmons and Abramowitz of Los Angeles, this volume is jam packed with gems.

Gem packed!

Les Artistes:
Harold Abramowitz
Amanda Ackerman
Stan Apps
Joseph Mosconi
Ara Shirinyan
Jane Sprague
Mathew Timmons

The cost is $5. The results are in.
Effin' A.