FOR IBRAHIM QASHOUSH
To be Redux is to believe in the mythos of return within the scope of the materials at hand.
Paul Legault is the co-founder of the translation press Telephone Books and the author of three books of poetry.
from (Opera): Asylum
“Some say the world will end in fire, / Some say in ice” famously wrote Robert Frost. “I whispered precipice” Dennigan answers, “[…] because precipice contains ice (practically twice).”
Neighborhood aesthetics, especially in that industrial/post-industrial world, were very different.
“I think we want to innovate.”
In place of a hermeneutics of reading, as Susan Sontag’s ghost might say, we need an erotics of reading.
from Cadae: The Pi Poems
Error is the only reality we know, and the one thing we are least likely to forgive or admit.
The seven sections of Colin Winnette’s slim new novel Revelation correspond to the seven angels of the Book of Revelation.
“The Waste Land” has always begged its readers to multitask, to make leaps, to be both attentive and creative readers.
[Then there is this dream with its other bright edges]
This is a kind of Stockholm Syndrome, of course (as all existentialism is), but it’s a defiant, expansive strain that’s nobody’s fool or prisoner.
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