Did you know I have a bumper-sticker? P.S. This lecture concluded with a reading from The Unbearable Lightness of Being
*For these poems, I select books that I own, open them to random pages, and select random lines. After compiling these lines, I arrange them into poems. Assembled Book Poem No. 3  “there would be two of us” you need that, and you deserve it a faint doorbell old age? looked up at the … Continue reading Assembled Book Poem* No. 3
My friends do interesting things. Some put those things online: Joe is now writing a sports column for the Defend Cleveland show. His latest article on what to expect from the Cavs this season is up today. He also does a podcast through that website every Friday. Cole is taking portraits in Ohio. Mike is … Continue reading Links and Pie
*For these poems, I select a number of books that I own, open them to random pages, and select random lines. I then assemble these lines into poems. Assembled Book Poem No. 1 how would ‘subjectivity’ without a subject or object be –about which, incidentally, Bloch has nothing to say– equally true for those, who, … Continue reading Assembled Book Poems* One and Two
1. There is no subjective sonic environment A location without time If that has any meaning at all Has those choices open to her Is your brain a part of your location? What we can say is that it is infinite And in multiple dimensions Um We didn’t even start talking about How people feel … Continue reading Two Poems of Words Intermittently Heard in a Lecture
Last week I played tunes for the first time in a long while. Playing tunes is always fun, and I like listening to instrumentalists talk about chords.
It used to be that I bought a disposable camera when I had something important to do. A wedding, a Halloween party, etc. Then I got a digital camera in college, and brought it around to many more places. Today I am literally never without a camera, because it is my phone and my appendage. … Continue reading Infra-Ordinary (1)