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Zsolt Sőrés: Everything that interests me has its essence in sound

If you’ve read the poem “Get Real” I’ve shared here and wondered just who Ahad Master is, you can read an interview with him, here!

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Tha stance toward Reality

A week back I shared an unpublished poem “Unreal, that is, to the real itself…” and in the week since by a kind of weird serendipity I’ve been engaged in a dialogue concerning evolutionary psychology, reductive physicalism, by extension materialism and transcendentalism, so on and so forth, all of which tie into the question of the Real and what can be known of it. 198 more words

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New Chapbook: Blank Song / sangue blanc

Though it’s been six years since my last trade edition, March End Prill, I haven’t been utterly unproductive.

Sunday 26 November I appear with four other performers at Montreal’s Words and Music show where I’ll launch my new chapbook, … 76 more words

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Coming (back) to Jakarta

This week, files concerning US involvement in the massacres following the anti-communist coup in Indonesia led by General Mohammed Suharto in 1965 were declassified. Their reception illuminates both that dark time and… 110 more words

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Some Questions for David Bradford on the Publication of his Call Out

David Bradford is the author of Nell Zink Is Damn Free (Blank Cheque Press, 2017) and Call Out (Knife|Fork|Book, 2017). His work has appeared in Lemon Hound, Prairie Fire, Vallum, and, most recently, … 3,372 more words

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The Day Sid Marty Didn't Kill Andrew Suknaski

This Labour Day seems a critical mass of synchronicities:  yesterday, John Ashbery’s death was announced; the final two episodes of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks:  The Return… 81 more words

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Jerome Rothenberg on “The Symposium of the Whole”

Rothenberg’s Technicians of the Sacred has been central and essential to my understanding of what poetry is and can be since I first started teaching from it at the turn of the millennium. 117 more words

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