Thursday, May 13, 2004

Comments on Lazer's conception of "the new" in/for poetry, from the current Boston Review, this weekend.

Swamped time of the quarter again. Beginning to feel like a broken record: busy, busy, busy, busy, etc. I miss daily writing in this space. Two more weeks, then back to causing trouble full-time.

Screening Herzog's Stroszek this evening for my students.

Received from Netflix: Robert Altman's Three Women, The Long Goodbye, and Buffalo Bill & the Indians.

Received: Carlo Ginzburg's The Cheese and the Worms. MmmMmmGood.

Reading: Ginzburg, Sebald's On the Natural History of Destruction, Heidegger's essays in Pathmarks, Lazer, editor, What is a Poet?, Pessoa.

Singing: Galaxie 500

Eating: Chocolate, Almond Butter, Carnitas, Chard, Carrots, Turnips, Apples, brown bread, eggs; not in that order, nor necessarily together.

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