Ten Hours of Walking In NYC As a Woman

A woman recently took to the streets of NYC and walked around for 10 hours. She walked behind someone wearing a hidden camera that captured all of the catcalls and harassment directed toward her during that time…

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Jones | a common idiom … call it a place | Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry

Building on recent studies of the relationship between visual poetries and eco-poetics, this essay argues that language conceived of as systematic is an important consideration in the work of Thomas A. Clark. Beginning with readings of some of his meta-poetical work from the early 1970s, the essay suggests that the overt interest in poetic language as a system analogous to an ecosystem continues into Clark’s later writing, though in a less overt, more ephemeralized manner. The essay explores ways in which Clark conceives of poetry as anti-entropic activity in a language system.

Source: Jones | a common idiom … call it a place | Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry

Kala Ramesh with Patricia McGuire Discuss Haiku and Tanka ~YouTube

The literary, teaching, and musical gifts of Kala Ramesh are diverse and many. These have had a profound and rich influence on short poetic forms from China and Japan. She has made herself a bridge between East and West, ancient and contemporary, the in breath and the out breath. She even reads haiku different from any other reader this writer has heard. A deep bow in front of Kala Ramesh! ~ word pond

Remembering Pharoah Sanders, Who Sought Divinity on Earth | Pitchfork

Pharaoh Sanders in 1985. Photo by Frans Schellekens/Redferns.

The legendary saxophonist, who died at 81 this week, saw music as a route toward holiness.

Source: Remembering Pharoah Sanders, Who Sought Divinity on Earth | Pitchfork

Central Reservation (Original Version) – YouTube

Pass in Time – YouTube

Beth Orton – Blood Red River – YouTube

When the mother tongue embraces you like a failed state – sacrificezone

WHEN THE MOTHER TONGUE EMBRACES YOU LIKE A FAILED STATE

The Samsara is long, and endless. And we don’t have all day.

-ko ko thett

 

Source: When the mother tongue embraces you like a failed state – sacrificezone

https://sacrificezoned.wordpress.com/2022/09/23/occult-rituals-in-the-future-age-of-paranoia/

Them – Here Comes the Night (Audio) ft. Van Morrison – YouTube