Anonymous, found in James Boyle’s “The Second Enclosure Movement and the Construction of the Public Domain.” The law locks up the man or woman Who steals the goose from off the common But leaves the greater villain loose Who steals the common from off the goose. The law demands that we atone When we take thingsContinue reading “THREE HUNDRED AND TEN”
I found Ross Goodwin’s Adventures in Narrated Reality last night — it’s a really imaginative research diary with some impressive and stirring results. I plan to read this word.camera collection this week, which will be the first time in my life that I’ve read a machine generated book (that I know of?).
Paris Winter, by Howard Altmann. That we can breathe and not forget our dreams entirely. In the cold sun the warmth of timelessness. There is panic, rest assured, so much beauty stirring, I want to touch all that contains me. We know the questions and the light shifts without a word. In the clouds, aContinue reading “TWO HUNDRED AND NINETY NINE”
From Jason Novak’s illustrations of Ron Padgett’s poem “How to Be Perfect,” via the Paris Review .
Warsan Shire, what they did yesterday afternoon. what they did yesterday afternoon they set my aunts house on fire i cried the way women on tv do folding at the middle like a five pound note. i called the boy who use to love me tried to ‘okay’ my voice i said hello he said warsan,Continue reading “TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTY THREE”