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Monthly Archive for July, 2008

billboard

i don’t normally use this here thing to advertise events, thing you might physically want to ‘attend’, but today i will. chrissie has set up a much better site though, where you can check out just a few of the events i’ve helped organise here in wagga. go here. be amazed. nathan curnow is a [...]

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killer lighthouse

\ another exact midday outside the communal – reflected ankles, blanket pink walls / doors. following arranged time-ticks & the solo improv of bikes a clown meanders, watching concrete squares. \ vague dusk. the sex-toy fossicks through barriers. me installing the television oh faux-jaunt caught, like a shadow. peter pan part two. learning to smoke. [...]

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brendan went to NIDA

in this brief epoch we ache of sitting down kerplunk. occasional blindness, earphones crumbling, reserve carparks amidst alienating & thought-of flowers sadly just because. some forms perforated, shipwrecks gone awol. whomever my stuffed- animals would reify in their boredom wakes in the cupboard. alarm-clock of synesthestic intent, mulled ideation under roof-beams (well darker in any [...]

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words

all the cool kids online are doing it, so here’s my wordle, based on what i’ve written during 2008: ‘like’ was always bound to pop up as the number one term…

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review

my review of origami shipwreck, by craig perez & katy acheson, is now live at galatea resurrects. it looks like there’s some interesting stuff up there, including one by tim – i might do a bit more browsing tonight. this is my second review placed there. the first was an engagement with pam brown’s peel [...]

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improv dirt

never give all the heart, for love’s a clabbering supercluster, occluding while he that made this (knows all the cost) comes: a sub- classed article, coming like ice in clipped snowclouds / i made the news once but never give all the heart / looking ambient, the cat- clawed exclusionist granduncle that made this disclaims [...]

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disc of love

tourists look to the skies trees continually disappoint the expectations of others, this flush of morning, this way you will come to hate yourself & hate the crass footfalls in response too they will be charmed by your distress, this fuck of a page, distress charming you (complicity over continuation) i’m a musty cellar in [...]

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poetics of speaking too

i meant to make something of it quite a while ago, but kerryn goldsworthy published an article on blogging – ‘Product, Practice, Private, Public’ – in the last issue of HEAT. there’s much in it, but one little part of interest: ‘…blogging is a way to socialise without the extra strains of being physically present…’ [...]

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the poetics of speaking

on this blog, where, my utterances are fairly instant (the ums invisible though). i turned the computer on; as i secretly suspected there was a wireless connection waiting. with plastic credit, the world is waiting. thereby immediacy is on my side. ………………………………………(the computer is capitalism!) peter asked a question about resistance: movements or generations are [...]

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incidentals

only: wearing a scarf doing a couple of helter u-turns exporting to pdf thinking of those already in melbourne enjoying cake laurinda cooks playing tony hawk eating pizza with peppers making tea with sugar sleeping with paracetamol dreaming of emails & the pthwck of chat boxes .

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