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Even the most autonomous language, because it is language, will generate constellations of meaning to a reader willing to see past authorial intention.

This instinct I have to collect memories as they’re happening to get me through later—when they won’t be happening anymore—this is why I take the footage. It’s also what makes me write.

This morning, no more news on my doorstep. No paper. Not even a hint of Eberhart’s groundhog.// Just peeling planks where I’d recently studied two tiny skulls and crossed femurs from nature’s foul rag-and-bone shop,

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On Scribbling II

The poem as concretized expression, as a thing in itself,
overwhelms every attempt to pin it down.

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Review: Some Habits

“Some Habits” renders habit into ritual, road signs become portents, correspondence becomes poetics. Like much experimental/innovative work, it’s an acquired taste. It demands an oblique approach, and obliging readers will uncover enormous depth.

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Interviews

Interview and Gallery: Dimelza Broche

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Ira Sukrungruang: An Interview

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Marianne Langner Zeitlin: An Interview

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Chamblin Bookmine: An Interview

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Interview: Ladette Randolph

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"Some Habits" renders habit into ritual, road signs become portents, correspondence becomes poetics. Like much experimental/innovative work, it’s an acquired