"This is my argument with the post-avant in poetry: the (alleged) “edge” is not singular, nor a platonic form or an oversoul, but that there are many “edges” displacing and reharmonizing, bleeding into each other and tangling, spilling over the very concepts of themselves. “edge,” to those of the post-avant (neo-avant) in poetry, is a new disjunct, a re-territorialization, whereas to my view (which you can call postcolonial or postmodern if it helps you, though I call it “pre-nothing”) is one of deterritorialization, reharmonization, and breaking the edges and linearity."
I'm really sorry for posting nothing but links recently, but have been busy drowning in a sea of various writings and projects. New stuff in the works. Will be here soon.
NIGHT AT SEA ~
2 hours ago