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On Translating Manuel José Arce’s “Map With a Stone” and “Presidential Sermon” by Kimberly Woosley Poitevin from issue 298.3
The trees sense the danger. The corn grieves in its husk.
There is a deadly tremor in the November sky. Water stops
in the riverbed. 707 more words
I am fascinated by the attention-versus-distraction theory upon which Davidson builds the initial standpoint of her work. The idea that whatever exists and whatever does not exist in our current consciousness is a result of lifelong interactions between attentions that are marginalized by distractions and distractions that succeed in becoming attentions attracts my attention, or in other words distracts me from another attention! 484 more words