Please take a look at my collection of liminal–performative– texts
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You now hold in your hand four of my “painted theaters” and you are welcome to take them home and sit in the audience undisturbed, or climb up on the stage among the gaudy props I left there and perform. There’s [ … ]
New narrative poetry in the style of CHARLES OLSON MEETS NARRATIVE MOTHRA: TWINS RESULT. MANY THANKS! HERE’S THE LINK:
Jesse Glass: Spoken words. David Hoenigman: Spoken words.
Lata Tap: Percussions. Kazuma Hyakutake: Synthesizers. Hiro Ugaya: Bass, samples and ambient sound.
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so how many moves
can a blind man see
ahead? this is the beauty part:
just as many as the
for Amy C., Quantum Poet
There is nothing to worry about here, or so it seems to me. There are
Many states—many kinds of states—that a largish physical structure is
In by virtue of some part of it being a certain way. A computer stores a
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