…sometimes dutifully falling and getting out, with perfect fortitude, saying “look at the skill and spirit with which I rise from that which resembles the grave but isn’t!http://anneboyer.tumblr.com/post/48690531600/what-resembles-the-grave-but-isnt
Laura Broadbent by Colter Illingworth
the happiest time of my life besides baby-hood which i do not remember. Francesca runs this drool blog and others and is a real talented lady I want to know more of: http://www.patternclash.com/
Morton Feldman’s “Crippled Symmetry” (1983) for flute, percussion and piano/celesta.
High speeds passing cliffs
NY in Spring in Colour
Some recent pictures from an off beat trip to NY. I’ll try again in the summer.
I love the Barnstormer because it is inclusive, literate, radical, an anti sports-site sports-site! I was happy to contribute. It can be read Here.
Derek Beaulieu from No Press has published a limited run, hand-bound chapbook of my posthumous interview with Clarice Lispector. This chapbook is in the company of so many wicked writers.
Can you name the first impulse to write?
A kind of crazy, crazy harmony.
A hallelujah that fuses the darkest
human howl of the pain of separation
but is a shout of diabolical happiness.
The evil that is the good.
An essay on difficult poetry, Erin Moure, interruptions, citizenship, and moveable borders [here]
About my book that is now a book, about mess, about sandwiches. 12 or 20 Questions with Rob Mclennan [click]
City solid, city dissolve.
Atticus. I’m pretty sure it is only the animals I like.