The following poem was published in the 1989 edition of Green Fuse, the student literary journal of the University of North Texas. For years, fellow alumnus Wade Duchene and I have been threatening to go back to UNT in Denton, Texas, and find this poem, believing it has been unjustly forgotten. So we did. Seven Haiku at Night in a Convenience Store By Michael Mulder 1 Gimme some fuckin' Kool Filter Kings, you white punk. And some damn matches.   2 Can I use your phone? It's local. I'll hurry. Well, why not, ... read more

The following poem was published in the 1989 edition of Green Fuse, the student literary journal of the University of North Texas. Believing that it has been unjustly forgotten, fellow alumnus Wade Duchene and I dug up a copy recently for republication here. Luv Poem By Mike Davis I love you so much That I would protect you From anything but bees. I'm allergic to bees. ... read more

A letter I sent to the NT Daily, the student newspaper of the University of North Texas: As a UNT alumnus, I was pleased to read in the Washington Post on Oct. 21 that the university library is archiving federal government Web sites that are taken offline. As described in the article, the library's government documents department publishes the CyberCemetery, a collection of defunct agencies and commissions. Because the Web is so transitory, a considerable amount of material of legitimate public interest disappears ... read more