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Small Notes 4: Zach Haber’s if you want to be one of them playing in the streets… (SF: Quiet Lightning, 2014)

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Now that I’m throwing this up here, I’m thinking more on the new, its kinds: “Nevertheless, we press on, desirous of the feral affect of the unexpected, and the rush of the promise of solidarity, communion, and an alternative to the false starts we are offered every day at a new low price. What we want so desperately is a new beginning.” // Amanda Montei’s brilliant editor’s note in the upcoming P-Queue Natality issue.

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Joe Hall is a writer, educator, and deprofessionalized academic. Black Ocean Press published his most recent book, Someone's Utopia, in 2018. His second book, The Container Store Vols. I & II (SpringGun Press 2012) was written with Chad Hardy. He has published journal articles working the intersections of poetics, empire, and the commons.

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