Archive for October, 2011

  • The great poet, a madman, produced, during the course of his long career, and violent life, a number of images–potent mirages/One I loved was about the heat in his apartment, he could grow a palm tree in it/And I wonder […]

    Charlotte Rampling: The Versification of a Letter Never Sent

    The great poet, a madman, produced, during the course of his long career, and violent life, a number of images–potent mirages/One I loved was about the heat in his apartment, he could grow a palm tree in it/And I wonder […]

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  • The young man sporting the checked cap, the one with the pale skin, ruddy cheeks, and dark facial hair, lives alone, in a flat that’s one step up from a council flat. There are windows in the sitting room and […]

    Queer Story

    The young man sporting the checked cap, the one with the pale skin, ruddy cheeks, and dark facial hair, lives alone, in a flat that’s one step up from a council flat. There are windows in the sitting room and […]

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  • I went to see “Contagion,” the new Steven Soderbergh movie tonight, and thought of you. I always think of you, always, but images bring certain feelings to mind more quickly than others. Images are notorious memory triggers. I earn some […]

    Contagion: For Valda

    I went to see “Contagion,” the new Steven Soderbergh movie tonight, and thought of you. I always think of you, always, but images bring certain feelings to mind more quickly than others. Images are notorious memory triggers. I earn some […]

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