Monthly Archives: November 2016

American Sentences Reviewed

Michael Dylan Welch, who has been tracking my commitment to American Sentences for many years, made good on his promise to write a review of the book and wrote a very astute and fair one. I liked that he noted … Continue reading

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Latin American Neo-Baroque

Senses of Distortion (Pablo Baler Interview) Conducted at Cal State University’s Golden Eagle radio station on November 14, 2016. Our thanks to Jasmine Salgado and Golden Eagle radio.) The objective of art is exactly like that of cosmology. Its aim … Continue reading

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How to Survive Trump? (Cascadia Knute says)

Perhaps it’s vindication for suggesting Bernie Sanders was a candidate more in line with traditional Democratic Party values, or the yuge desire to see an end to the embrace of neoliberalism that allows me not to feel as freaked out … Continue reading

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