Thursday, October 11, 2007

Alexander Crompton (assoc. editor)

Here is a quote from Laurie Anderson, who isn't a writer as much as a performance artist (definitely worth looking into). This is from a piece called "Language is a Virus."

"So I was talking to a friend, and I said, 'I wanted you, and I needed you, but I couldn't find you. I couldn't find you,'

And he said, 'Hey! Are you talking to me? Or are you just practicing for one of those performances of yours?'"

Also, as per Ann's request, I'm including one of my famous haikus.

R2 is but a
conglomeration of texts.
Geese converge on loaves.

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