Harry Wilson – Ileene’s Dance to the Old Year #3, San Francisco, 1984

We’re doing a little dance, Dear Readers, and you should to (interpret the year in exactly 36 gestures). Here for doublespeak’s sake is Harry Wilson’s [>>] very dateable Ileene’s Dance to the Old Year #3, San Francisco, 1984:

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Kimberly Ann: Theodicy

Added to the archive today, Kimberly Ann’s poem “Theodicy,” dips into a rough, raw subject, but so jagged it catches every edge just right:

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W. Jack Savage: Collecting

We’re happy to share today from our collection Collecting by W. Jack Savage [>>]:

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Jesse De Angelis: Poem for Earth

We’re spitting a little blood this week, reader, all of us, and perhaps we need to check in again with our surroundings. We’re glad we could share Jesse De Angelis’s “Poem for Earth“:

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Adam J. Gellings: Museum Maps

We’re brimming, or lost, today—either is fine!—sharing Adam  Gellings‘s Museum Maps:

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