Poetry, notes, and marginalia by William Michaelian
It is so nice to see that the world it's not so different from ourself... This foto, the book inside, given me a nice sensation, home sensation... Even this is a power of art
Thanks very much, Laura. I feel the same way.
I know (this is sotrite it hurtsbut this picture isworth a thousand)words.
And thanks to yours,the sound of what I seeI hear as clearlyas if you werein the room.
Stephen Monroe is in good company.(I'm such a book freak, I'm going to Amazon to see it they have "Listening to Noise and Silence" as I was very interested in "Sound Art" many years ago in Boston.)
Thanks, Kevin. If Stephen ever finishes The Unnamable, maybe he’ll give these other books a try. Yet, somehow, it seems doubtful.
That's a very interesting library, as a fan of soundart myself. And so nice to see your book between it William, because your poems are like music.
As are your kind words, Momo Luna. Thank you.
Sound Art? Even the name sounds wonderful, I'll have to check this out!
Do it, Deb. Together, the words “sound” and “art” do have an electrifying sinister resonance.
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