Mitch Sisskind is the author of two books of short fiction, Visitations and Dog Man Stories. He edited The Stud Duck, a literary magazine. Like Ludwig Wittgenstein, he does not care what he eats as long as it's the same thing every day. Like the late Robert Irsay, who made a fortune in the air conditioning business and owned the Indianapolis Colts, he tries to address everyone as "tiger." Like Rocky Balboa, he knows what's important is not how hard you can hit but how hard you can get hit and still keep going. But he does not know how hard he can get hit, yet. His poem "Like a Monkey" is included in The Best American Poetry 2009. The Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd, Westwood, CA Details here.