“plaques of personality,” fragment as form Listen now (8 min) | Hi friends, Today’s transmission (which you can listen to above) is all about fragmented writing, and the practice of collecting, accumulating, and assembling. And also resembling — mimicry, imitation — and the formation or presentation of self; it’s kind of…
“A book is not a sack for words”Listen now (7 min) | Hi friends, I spent the weekend reading Sonnet(s) by Mexican Artist Ulises Carrion, which was recently re-published by Ugly…
“Mutual arising, or inseparability”Listen now (3 min) | Hi friends, A few weeks ago I sent you a reading from an interview with Saidiya Hartman in The White Review. Since then, I’ve read…
"The intimacy and proximity of this shared utterance"Listen now (5 min) | Hi friends, Today’s transmission is a reading of part of an interview with Saidiya Hartman in the White Review on her recent book…
“Shatter the transparent pane of language”Listen now (5 min) | Hi friends, A couple of weeks ago, I sent you some sound, looked back at one of the most famous examples of shared authorship, and…
“An oral presence, I guess.”Listen now (6 min) | Hi everyone, Today’s rendition of the newsletter covers a lot of ground. First, I talk about oral traditions, galloping pace, and…
“Voices can serve as a one-to-one transmission” Listen now (11 min) | Hi friends, A couple of weeks ago, I sent you some sound, described my room-sized world, and asked you what was going on in yours…
“The only true logic is sound”Listen now (3 min) | Hi guys, You’re getting this because you signed up on my website to receive my audio-based newsletter, possibly aeons ago. Here it…
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Acoustic Inertia