Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Shaman of Subversion: Jerome Rothenberg’s Radical Deconstructions – Mark Wilson

Triptych (Poland/1931, Khurbn, The Burning Babe) 2007 There is much to celebrate in this recent collage-compendium of Jerome Rothenberg’s multi-various ‘Jewish’/’Poland’ poems. Triptych brings together perhaps his finest two works: the radically irreverent Poland/1931 and the brilliant holocaust memorial Khurbn. … Continue reading

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from Two Books of Aphorisms – Will Alexander

from ‘ACROSS THE VAPOUR GULF’ “Nothing dessicates a mind so much as its repugnance to conceive obscure ideas.” – E.M. Cioran “…something subversive, something perilous…about the aphorism…” – Richard Howard Perfection. And by perfection I think of the Argentinean Macedonio … Continue reading

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