A Fiery Flying Roule:

to all the inhabitants of the earth; specially to the rich ones

= Lisa Robertson | PPNL #237 p. 21 =

Nobody sings anymore.

via

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frames from Stan Brakhage’s 
Yggdrasill Whose Roots Are Stars in the Human Mind (1997)

frames from Stan Brakhage’s 

Yggdrasill Whose Roots Are Stars in the Human Mind (1997)

Lorraine Daston – The Rule of Rules, or How Reason Became Rationality (2010)

(Source: vimeo.com)

Zephyrus Image ex libris Tom Raworth

supersuperette:

Sean Bonney reading at at the bayareapublicschool.org as part of the Revolution and/or Poetry Conference that took place back in October

webvom:

you are Here!

pretty good template for a CHORE WHEEL

webvom:

you are Here!

pretty good template for a CHORE WHEEL

(Source: yuyube, via the-msm)

Tom Raworth (1992)

“Cannot poetry do both at once: make its own new values as it moves, and still demand that values fixed up front to positions of principle be stressed and pronounced, however much the bind may make movement mean or feel like straining and not departing? To speak more concretely, more abstractly: can we try to fashion a concept of subjective universal experience that depends on felt solidarity with others in creative and constructive (not mere nihilistic or narrowly negative) actions against capital, and can we make it a principle of our radical aesthetics to try to write in answer to the demands of that concept, while at the same time pressing outward into extreme uncertainty within the work of composition in the search for values that no ready principle already comprehends?”

—   Keston Sutherland | 10/17/2013

The Murder of Fred Hampton (1971)  

[ thx for the reminder to JG ] 

The Kropotkins :: “If I had my way”

novaramedia:

Protestors use bulldozer against police in Ukraine

novaramedia:

Protestors use bulldozer against police in Ukraine