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07-28 - 12:00 - 1 note

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07-22 - 12:00 - 3 notes
Work your ass off to change the language & dont ever get famous. —Bernadette Mayer, “Experiments” (via fscottfitzgerald)

The new issue of UDP’s 6x6 contains, in this order:

towirr:

Poems about rain, yes that kind of poem about rain.

Poems about bees and horses, no not that kind or, only sort of, that kind of poem about bees and horses.

Poems about divinity and snow, yes that kind of poem about divinity and snow.

Poems about film—there is only one kind of poem about film.

Poems about a moth in a glass jungle yes that kind of poem about a moth in a glass jungle.

Poems about a bird a bird a bird a bird a bird.

07-22 - 11:37 - 5 notes / towirr

Julien Poirier passes the hat.

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07-21 - 10:00

some provisional theses on translation

anneboyer:

1) it is wrong to say, as walter benjamin does when he writes about translation, that works of art are not made for those who later experience them — works of art only become art when they have gone from who made them to another, as gifts, or entreaties, or rituals, or punishments, or more

2)…

07-20 - 15:17 - 21 notes / anneboyer