Monthly Archives: December 2017

Accident and Essence – David McLendon

Across Michigan grass I shifted my footing up a stoop onto the boards of a porch. How a body finds a body. How a body interprets a body. Francis Bacon from photographs of men wrestling one another found and interpreted … Continue reading

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David McLendon – Etymology of December

c. 1000, from Old French decembre, from Latin December, from decem “ten” (from PIE root *dekm- “ten”) i.e. tenth month i.e. October i.e. something lost in this i.e. octo- (“eight”) i.e. eighth month i.e. August i.e. something lost in this … Continue reading

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