Monthly Archives: September 2015

Harvest Moon: All the Good Friends

When the already eclipsed moon slips out of the shadow of the mountain that rises abruptly to the east of where I sit on our deck with my companions Blue and Bella (Lyn is in Fairbanks, Alaska and has shoveled … Continue reading

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Der Spaziergang

A beautiful evening walk.

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Nina Pops Exhibition in Leverkusen: Cassata!

Zarko just sent the catalogue for the show, featuring our discussion with Nina over good Greek food. Click on the pages for larger images.

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HOWL: 60TH ANNIVERSARY PERFORMANCE

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To Duration

From Amsterdam, Phil Baber has just sent a photo of our joint project, a translation of Peter Handke’s Gedicht an die Dauer. Can’t wait to to touch, see, and smell the book itself. If you would like a copy, you can … Continue reading

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Filial Eclipse

There are lunar eclipses of the sun. Last night there was a filial eclipse of the Sonosopher, Alex Caldiero. The event was the TV broadcast of stages 2, 3, and 4 of American Ninja Warrior. Isaac Caldiero, Alex’s son, was … Continue reading

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Chart of Knowledge

Today in the New York Times, for Simon Critchley’s piece on whether a grand theory of everything is possible or necessary or even interesting, Tucker Nichols created this image that explains my mind/body perfectly:

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An Essay by Zarko Radakovic on Nina Pops’ Exhibition “Cassata”

Deutsche Welle has just published an essay by Zarko on the wonderful exhibition. Here a photo of the writer and the artist at the exhibition: And click here for the essay (in Serbo-Croatian).

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An Orphic Explanation

Drawn from his notebooks, handcrafted books by Alex Caldiero have been blossoming like wildflowers in a wet spring. There is an open, free, improvised feel to the collections.  That feeling comes, I think, from their being less collection and more the accumulation of … Continue reading

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Evening Visitor Staring into My Study

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