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Thank You Dorothy Wang

YES—language is always contextual. And YES—people, too, are always contextual. And YES YES— when people use language, it’s worth our time, energy, and love to consider the relationship between these contexts. Thank you Dorothy Wang for showing us what this … Continue reading

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zurita in boston friday

http://ccva.fas.harvard.edu/ra%C3%BAl-zurita-and-crist%C3%B3bal-lehyt-conceptual-stumblings

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Raul Zurita in Boston Monday

Here’s the info on Raul Zurita’s reading at Boston College this upcoming Monday at 4:30pm.

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Daniel Borzutzky?

And then I was thinking about America (all of it). I was thinking about skylines and continents and a fluxified north/south axis. I was thinking about bodily geographies and what a wallet means in a “ROTTEN CARCASS ECONOMY!”I was thinking about … Continue reading

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trampoline vs. landing pad

This past week I’ve been circling the question of anthologies. What are their potentials? Their limitations? Their ethics? Reading What I Say, I’ve been trying to suss out what exactly it is doing. Is it building a canon? Is it (purposefully … Continue reading

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french toast hang out

~hey there~ Like I said in class yesterday, I’d love to have you all over Saturday morning to eat/hang. I’ll have some supplies for french toast, but feel free to bring other snacks too (no pressure though!). I live at 13 … Continue reading

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