A loose set of blogbooks, each a series of considerations on poetry and poetics, working progressively past the concerns of the Language and post-Language poets and their devolution into aestheticisms. "Post-language" in its engagement with the extra-linguistic concerns of both Tibetan and Euro-American philosophies, it also simply posts language to work toward the form of a practice of anti-aesthetics as an answer to contemporary poetic and political theory. It is an exercise book.
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Kevin Cashen's video of "Trouble in Mind" at Bookshop SC
Link to video of the reading of "Trouble in Mind" at Bookshop Santa Cruz on May 8, 2012.