Excerpts from my journal when I lived in Ukraine.
Alice Notley, one of the best living American poets, has recently published “For the Ride”. As a longtime […]
“…despega (¡pega, pega!) lo que puso el ruso en el discurso.” “5.3.7. CUBA,” Orishas My Spanish teachers in […]
Ashet From the French assiette. The first time I hear the word ashet is in my mother’s kitchen. The word dances on my […]
the brain is a hybrid machine. / a parallel circuit splayed across clumped dendrite branches, paper, billboard, touch-sensitive […]
In what language do you dream? someone asked me the other day after a small presentation I’d been asked […]
“…while on the village descends the scented night.”Haroldo Conti, “Perfumada noche” Day dreaming about the bar of my […]
We have read and understood this essay. We have taken away the fundamentals of the lesson: we should use language to better ourselves. We have elected to take this one step further, for the betterment of ourselves. We are concerned with building a stronger and more resilient society that will withstand the blows of false or flaccid language. We will do this by using language as our exercise room.
It is a scientific fact that one percent of our genes are responsible for our phenotype. This means […]