Three of The Book of the Red King poems are at the 2012-2 issue of David Landrum's Lucid Rhythms: "The Fool, the King, and the Fox-Fall," "The Yellow Fool," and "The Red Fool." The latter two are little poems based on alchemical colors (some others of these have appeared in At Length), and the first is a narrative. I need to think more about the first one, whether it will stay as is, whether it will go in the final version of the sequence--in the book, that is.
And I hereby nominate the Red King for President. In accordance with tradition, the Fool will play veep. Both promise not to bombard you with bombast, make promises, zap email, send mail, or commit any other botheration. In return: governance rising to perfection through alchemical stages. And perfect Fooldom.