By Jason Ryberg
Many Things Wonderful to Tell The mad monkish scientist of jazz sits smiling at the grand unveiling of his latest creation, while a railroad bridge riveted together of mostly weathered driftwood and old rusty pieces of scrap iron shows us the nearest way to many possible futures where, amongst many other things wonderful to tell in this hot and swampy Sargasso sea of broken- down cars, campers, bicycles and boats, a lone pristine Cadillac sits, ready for lift-off, to take us to what all the locals swear is the best damn greasy spoon diner in the galaxy.
Jason Ryberg is currently an artist-in-residence at both The Prospero Institute of Disquieted P/o/e/t/i/c/s and the Osage Arts Community, and is an editor and designer at Spartan Books. His latest collection of poems is Are You Sure Kerouac Done It This Way!? (co-authored with John Dorsey, and Victor Clevenger, OAC Books, 2021).
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