By | 31 July 2012

“Mostly I seek the promiscuous feeling of being alive. Across a topography of tonalities, the codex amplifies an access. Within the discrete shelter, I move freely among new sensation.” — Lisa Robertson, from “Time in the Codex,” Nilling: Prose Essays on Noise, Pornography, the Codex, Melacholy, Lucretius, Folds, Cities, and Related Aporia

“Be not afraid. The isle is full of noises, / Sounds and sweet airs that give delight and hurt not.” — William Shakespeare, from The Tempest

“The language we use is the language we desire.” — Jill Hartman, from Booty: Hurricane Jane and Typhoon Mary

                                                     superb lyrebird!



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