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comet

being
that you know
how my mind
works,

revelation
is suspect.

one needn’t have a baby to leave it alone.

better to brush
the combs… 37 more words

Barbara Walker: 'sometimes work can exclude people'

Barbara Walker. From the exhibition ‘Pause: Selected Drawings by Barbara Walker’, C&C Gallery, London, 2014. Photo credit: C&C Gallery and Liz Evans. Image courtesy the artist. 2,553 more words

Interview

i was so full of own song that i didn't hear hers once//she trusted me &sang

highland wind howls–
a huge wounded bear
&purple//heather stre T c h  i  N g fragile limbs
on endless green& stone-rough houses
that errect– wombs with empty eyes… 244 more words

Poetry

Session 03: What is Art?

 

Coordinator: Mercedes

What are the distinguishing features of art and literature? What distinguishes them from everday objects, activities, and uses of speech? Can anything be art? 131 more words

THE TWENTY-SECOND, MAY

It’s Sun Ra’s unveiling, birthday today.
One of many for Ar & Kist & Ra.
He once shared initials with
Blavatsky & then he read into Isis, 146 more words

Poetics

ECHENEIS

The Echeneis‘ – Magnetism of the North Pole -
vessel emanates a pull on fisherman & oar,
the boat itself a fish has unwittingly caught, 232 more words

Poetics

Johnathan Bowden: W. B. Yeats

W. B. Yeats

Jonathan Bowden

8,347 words

Editor’s Note:

The following text is a transcript by F.F. of Jonathan Bowden’s lecture to the 35th New Right Meeting in London on Saturday October 15, 2011. 8,526 more words

Foundations