A quote from John Kinsella

by theoystermangrove

“The house is a body.  Sheltering inside our flesh.  We inscribe it with our sicknesses and passion and despairs.  The poem is a body.  The reader might make it a Deleuze and Guattarian body without organs.  Filling it, giving it functionality.  The book is a machine.  It processes, digests, and manufactures presentations.  A curatorial machine.  It is the end-stopping of data.  Enjambment dies in the book.”

-John Kinsella (Disclosed Poetics)

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