"Leapfrog & Other Stories" is the last of what’s left of the Cuban writer Guillermo Rosales.
There is an inevitable period of adjustment when reading the work of Robert Walser.
Together, these texts form an ecstatic and elegiac epic, in which the reader travels across the body of a butterfly (literally and figuratively), from the begining to the end of time.
To write an Oulipian text is both to draw a picture and to solve a puzzle.
Hear Haydn’s cry at the court of the Prince, and his symphony.
Committing blasphemy’s no parlor game.
in the basement she coughs then lights a smoke
I have long suspected that the public, exoteric text of Remembrance of Things Past is a fake.
At the end of the furrow, words staple / the page, lashing agile lines. None are spared.
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