I wrote this review of Morani Kornberg-Weiss’ Dear Darwish. It is a book I think you should read and then act in the world.
Survey this picture of me at my desk surveying a poem which performs a surveillance of my fiancé in a project in which we surveil each other in an anthology full of poems responding to SURVEILLANCE. Congratulations. Clocking in at 171 pages. Haven’t had a… Read More
Now that I have a high speed internet connection and a scanner I can do whatever I want. Read this in the tub, draining my staph. Extinction holiday became a mantra.
Book: The Dual-Collaborative Forklift Ohio Chapbook Labor Day/Collected Feelings by Carrie Lorig, Nick Sturm, Tyler Gobble, Layne Ransom. “A mouth / That’s my career. A membrane sealed in a cave / unless I bury it in an interested client.” — Carrie Lorig? Nick Sturm? Avocados? “Like a… Read More
If one is one’s book to any degree to be destroyed, infested, repurposed, forgotten. Joshua Ware sent me this along with a copy of my book, out of the blue. What he did with the book is fantastic, terrifying, toothed. I want it to be… Read More
Fanzine featured my essay on looking for books designed to be destroyed by the act of reading them. Books as experiments in frailty–and invitations to a different kind of–and more active–chronic/mnemonic relationship to them. Thanks Paul Cunningham for the motivation to write this and everyone at… Read More