Monthly Archives: November 2012

Merzkunst

This little slip of printed paper slipped out of a German book of mine. I’m not sure which book, since it happened when I was moving a lot of books. I’m also not sure what it says (this is Merzkunst, … Continue reading

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The Storm

16 July 1972, Eloy, Arizona There’s pipe in the derrick, Howard says. Shit, Steve replies, they’re coming out. Howard parks his car in front of the doghouse. He and Steve and Rudy and I climb up the steep stairs to … Continue reading

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Punctum Books: Our “Repetitions” and Our “Vampires + A Reasonable Dictionary”

Working with the editor of Punctum Books toward publication of these two books in English, Zarko and I just sent off the following: In 1994, after following a character in Peter Handke’s novel Repetition into what is now Slovenia and … Continue reading

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Farmington Boys at Lake Powell

In what must have been 1966, Mormon Church leaders (including a lawyer, an Indian trader, a car dealer, and a petroleum geologist)  flew us from Farmington, New Mexico, to Lake Powell, where we water-skiied and then flew home. I’ve been … Continue reading

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One-Sentence Autobiography

Seven years ago, for a book of one-sentence autobiographies by Serbian writers, included, although I’m an American, because of my two books with Zarko Radakovic, I wrote: After Ljubica Radaković fed me chicken soup and taught me to say Srbi … Continue reading

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Home Again: Final Chapter of Immortal For Quite Some Time

Home Again 11 November 2012 I went into the LDS Third Ward in Farmington, New Mexico. I could not tuck “my long hair up under a cap” as did poet and environmental activist Gary Snyder when he ventured into Farmington’s … Continue reading

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