Monthly Archives: March 2018

Astral Weeks: A Secret History of 1968 by Ryan H. Walsh

This isn’t really a review, it’s more like a rave. I just finished Astral Weeks: A Secret History of 1968 by Ryan H. Walsh, and it’s already one of my favorite books of all time, the kind I buy multiple … Continue reading

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Swim

Her crystalline body Both virtual and real The key to unlocking A hidden hemisphere Sculpted from the Dark matter of desire The hand beneath her Second hand sweater Which tore the hose Off legs cascading Into half laced boots Streaming … Continue reading

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Source Green

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Construction

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The World Famous Heaven Unlocking Malfunction

Her readiness to seek stranger shores A certain gift for finding herself Somewhere she doesn’t want to go Slipping her cog in the trysting place Where the desperate bourgeois sip coffee The little prophetess acting in a manner as To … Continue reading

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Tracks

The time of evening supper in homes of the railroad earth when high in the sky the magic stars ride above — kerouac

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Cornered

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2Roy

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Counterlogical

…counterlogical tableaux, whose incongruities and dislocations were intended to provoke awareness of the chaotic  irrationality of contemporary life… — Kirk Varnedoe

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