Monthly Archives: May 2010

Protected: The Gap Years

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Protected: What’s Happening

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Hiroshima Mon Amour

Today I learned of Arakawa’s death. With his partner Madeline Gins, Arakawa created many gorgeous pieces of experimental architecture and wrote a number of interesting, challenging books. I have written on their work a few times, and mention it in … Continue reading

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A successful failure

Yesterday afternoon I made a giant list of almost 300 contemporary female poets compiled from three lists I’d previously made. And I asked for more. By 11pm there were over 400. By midnight there were over 500. I woke up … Continue reading

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FOURSQUARE’s Last Issues

I’m wrapping up Foursquare, a project I started in 2006. As my obligations to other things expand and my desire to work on my own poetry grows, issues of 4SQ come out less frequently, such that the year of 2009 … Continue reading

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