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On Plant and Animal Extinctions

On Plant and Animal Extinctions

by Alan Sondheim

  Panel notes on plant and animal extinctions, revised: Notes for a panel talk at the Hastac Conference in Toronto, at the end of April; my proposal was as follows – “I’d like to do a full talk, dealing with What is to be Done, with issues of animal and plant extinctions, with degrees of […]

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Poetry by Susan Landers

Poetry by Susan Landers

I wish I had a complete record On the corner of Wayne once a man and Wyneva once Louden was a lot once a building. A grassy lot in place of a brick building with brick porches on a brick road for firm footing. The building was named for a street named for no one. […]

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Two Poems by Burt Kimmelman

Two Poems by Burt Kimmelman

Robin, Spring The robin, claws hidden in tall grass, hops forward and sings a solitary note, hops once more, stopping to sing two notes, which loop through the air, then tilts its head to eye the ground, flies off to a nearby tree. Thanksgiving Morning Red flowers on their stems in a glass vase of […]

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An Interview with Leslie Scalapino

An Interview with Leslie Scalapino

by Maggie Golston

‘standing’ ‘walking’ as present — huge crows loaded a tree (past) by me — at night sleeping — yet the half-cracked black bud (night: only) and thin blue sky, but as being oneself only, aren’t existing either single thin wall, waves thousands in the freezing sky and empty fields — and loaded on tree by […]