Hot Links und KrautDogsCrossRoads: The LUMMOX bulleton board & sign post
The House of LUMMOX: Poetry & short fiction by Raindog
LUMMOX Journal - 'Best of the first five years': Interviews, articles, Bukowski Remembered, etc...
Lummox Journal's All Poetry Issue: Once A Year The Poets Get Their Say
Bukowski Lives!: a fan page for the buk lover/hater...
The Manx Tales: Manx was a cat who had no tale... or so he thought
The Corpse Is Dreaming by Todd Moore: Lummox of the Year 2000 - Todd Moore's epic end to John Dillinger's life.
Sound Art... Not Minds: Come visit Raindog's band page... if you dare
Body of Words: Liz Belile's award winning site
The Wren Notebook by Rick Smith: Little Red Book Master Series #1
Origins of the Raindog: Bio & Calendar of upcoming readings/shows
Poetry Showcase: selected work from RD Armstrong / Raindog
Tasty Links : For your dining pleasure...
The Little Red Books series: Scott Wannberg, AD winans, Bill Shields & RD Armstrong
More From The Little Red Books series: Todd Moore, Gerald Locklin, BZ Niditch, Linda Lerner...
A Journey Up The Coast by RD Armstrong: Better than home movies...
Paper Heart #3 by Raindog: awww shoot, ain't love grand?
Xenophile Artists Collective: Home of ARTSLIT, a journal of the ARTS
Raindog or RD Armstrong
Please check those links -- they lead to many other pages of interest scattered throughout the web... places that will boggle your simple minds with the incredible diversity and wonder that is the inner-sanctum of my imagination! No? Alright, alright, just go there. You can visit the Best 'O Lummox 1997 (coming soon, the best of '98) -- an overview of last year's Lummox Journal. Or you can get inside the old Raindog bean at The Act, or The House of Lummox, or The Manx Tales. Or if you like it a little hotter, try the Skin Fixx. Bukowski fans, go to Bukowski Lives or the special Buk issue (presented in its entirety) in the Best 'O Lummox '97. Or, if you're really odd, go to the CasioTones page and meet the members of the band (of which Raindog is one)! There are many choices!
As the millinium approaches and everyone scurries to cover their respective butts, I am reminded of those treasured family traditions such as "The Rules of Thumb" that seem to have been lost in this ever-changing, rapidly diversifying, high-tech world we live in.
So I have developed some "Rules" of engagement (to borrow from the military boys) for the late nineties. Some are specific to the world of music (one of my many interests), but they can be applied to life in general, with a little creativity.
I welcome your own rules, e-mail me with your suggestions.
Rule #1: NEVER take it out, UNLESS you plan on using it!
Rule #2: RESPECT YOURSELF; you know what you need!
Rule #3: Never fuck the drummer!
Rule #3A: Leave the bass player alone, too! (without a rhythm section it is you who will be fucked!)
Rule #4: If you have to tell someone to get out of your life, don't bother trying to explain. It's already TOO LATE!
Rule #5: NEVER fuck with the Royal Family!
Rule #6: Always trust your "gut" instinct!
Rule #7: "Free" is just another four-letter word!
Rule #8: If you can't fix it, don't break it!
More rules to follow. Remember send your suggestions to me and please use the subject heading "Rules" Be good to each other and if you can't be with the one you love remember Rule #1! Adios, RD Armstrong (aka Raindog)
you're the guest in the Dawg House!