Monthly Archives: March 2012

Borings, Etchings and Tracks; Coprolites and Regurgitaliths

Some more very brief thoughts on what the other day I called “incisive” or “indexical” sound compositions, which do not attempt to orchestrate tone within time signatures or harmonic structures, so much as use sounds to carve into reality. Now … Continue reading

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Countenance and Character – Autobiography as Self-Marking and Self-Making; or, Self-Defacement

• The Autobiographies of Frederick Douglass • (free mp3 download at Librivox) The individual exists in himself and for himself. He is for himself, or is a free activity; he is, however, also in himself, or has himself an original … Continue reading

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Science as Literature

one of the most influential works of literary criticism and cultural history of the last quarter century Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species, arguably the most important book written in English in the nineteenth century, transformed the way we … Continue reading

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Newer Religion

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Unsaid 6 Launch – Manhattan!

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Unsaid 6 Launch – Brooklyn!

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Unsaidquarters – Vere Temporum

Sumer is i-cumin in, Lhude sing, cuccu! Groweth sed and bloweth med And springth the wude nu. Sing, cuccu! Awe bleteth after lamb, Lhouth after calve cu, Bulluc sterteth, bucke verteth, Murie sing, cuccu! –Anonymous, 1240

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