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    Epistle to the Human Diaspora

    EPISTLE TO THE CHURCH OF THE HUMAN DIASPORA


    Damascus Dancings, apostle of Jack Feist, co-laborer together with Lee Sharks, from the bowels of the mercies of literature, to the Church of the...
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    I wrote this book for you

    I wrote this book for you. Read it and transform yr mind. Read it and get a crash course in the last hundred years of poetics. Save yrself the trouble of pawing through the tepid mess of contemporary...
  3. Just, you know: stolid and unchanging (like a...

    Just, you know: stolid and unchanging (like a brontosaurus), and simultaneously fleeting and ephemeral (like a blade of grass)
  4. On Recycling: The Parable of the Transformed Dinosaurs

    THE PARABLE OF THE TRANSFORMED DINOSAURS
    from La La Land, a verse novel by Damascus Dancing
    forthcoming from New Human Press, when I get around to it


    I liken the kingdom of heaven to a series...
  5. On Grammar: The Parable of Police Brutality

    THE PARABLE OF POLICE BRUTALITY


    You have heard it said, “grammar is a poet’s instrument.”


    I say to you, “grammar is a police baton. A poet sculpts brutality.”


    Here is how the baton...
  6. Not quite. It presents in that way, but I think...

    Not quite. It presents in that way, but I think you'll find that the resemblance is only skin deep.

    Read my belief & technique post in general writing--you'll see, there's something different...
  7. BELIEF & TECHNIQUE FOR TELEPATHIC PROSE, Lee Sharks & Jack Feist

    BELIEF & TECHNIQUE FOR TELEPATHIC PROSE
    Lee Sharks & Jack Feist

    1. Compose real poems telepathically, with mind control powers, inside your glorious brain.

    2. You are your own best...
  8. The squirrel is a high-ranking bureaucrat in the...

    The squirrel is a high-ranking bureaucrat in the New World Order, YesNo.
  9. Learning to Write by Forgetting to Read Very

    Learning to Write by Forgetting to Read
    An essay by Lee Sharks

    Very few people know it, but the secret to great writing is not reading. Once I was an ordinary boy child of indeterminate gender,...
  10. I'll throw tiny, sharp-edged pulpits at you from...

    I'll throw tiny, sharp-edged pulpits at you from my expensive spaceship. Later, I will collect the tiny pulpits and put them up for sale on eBay, then use the money I make to purchase justice, love,...
  11. You lost me.

    You lost me.
  12. Didn't you just finish suggesting that any kind...

    Didn't you just finish suggesting that any kind of publishing reduces writing to a desire for money and fame?

    I'll stick with my own, more reasonably sized pulpit.
  13. You don't actually want a community that doesn't...

    You don't actually want a community that doesn't care about charitable discourse. You want a community where making an honest attempt to engage and understand is the norm. That goes for an aesthetic...
  14. Huh well. I refer you to the conversation in the...

    Huh well. I refer you to the conversation in the thread "Getting Poetry Published" in the Poets and Poetry forum (I think). I won't debate the initial premise about desiring an audience or a writerly...
  15. OK well at least now y're being funny. Couple...

    OK well at least now y're being funny.

    Couple of points -- actually, freedom of speech isn't ABSOLUTE absolute anywhere, and certainly not here. Not that I think yours should be restricted. But...
  16. I'm not entirely clear about how your response...

    I'm not entirely clear about how your response relates what I wrote, there. Clarify?
  17. Here's the difference: Wolf made a broad,...

    Here's the difference: Wolf made a broad, inclusive, clearly bombastic claim about castrating for the crime of rhyme in a manifesto-like creative text, but when an individual (YesNo) challenged him...
  18. HCabret--Wolf, despite his strong views, has...

    HCabret--Wolf, despite his strong views, has shown a commitment to charitable discourse. He's trying to start a conversation; you're being petty.

    Lykren--my criticism was of the vitriol of several...
  19. it's sad to me how often people reply in this way...

    it's sad to me how often people reply in this way to larsen's work.

    at least he's doing something different.
  20. news that stays news

    7/27/14, 12:30 PM
    passenger seat, somewhere between MI & MS

    Dearie Mahblez,

    Id like to think Im making the effort to carefully read and charitably interpret yr comments. Im not convinced...
  21. here's yr favorite author: Lolita, svet moej...

    here's yr favorite author:

    Lolita, svet moej zhizni, ogon’ moih chresel. Greh moj, dusha moja. Lo-li-ta: konchik jazyka sovershaet put’ v tri shazhka vniz po nbu, chtoby na tret’em tolknut’sja o...
  22. Littachur

    LITTACHUR


    History of small independent presses
    printing tny runs of 100 copies
    of noBODY gawnna READ it books =
    history of the avant-garde =
    history of littachur.

    You look back at...
  23. i'm tired of getting kicked off of discussion...

    i'm tired of getting kicked off of discussion forums. i'm thinking about starting a small press--or less ambitiously, to start with, a lit mag. i'd like to avoid the models of...
  24. Well, at the risk of triggering the continental...

    Well, at the risk of triggering the continental allergy that tends to go hand-in-hand with the culture of (analytical) philosophy training, might I suggest some short works of theory? I know you cite...
  25. some out-of-context notes i wrote in the margins of the L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E Book

    he is eZra Pound
    who is eZra Pound
    in spirit

    now we are all
    eZ Pound—

    the collective of writers
    will have the form of a school
    but not be one--
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