I knotted my hair into a snowball. I ripped a leg from the elk & used it as a crutch. The clanking sound was not its heart, which whistled in my sizzling platter. The pool bobbed with the thrown-out faces of men. Men & women pounded at the foggy window but the windows were locked so I turned up the Bach. My ribs are tuning forks, unaligned with any song.
Thanksgiving is over.
There, I said it.
I'm reading Everybody's Autonomy by Juliana Spahr. I'm on page 14 so I have a ways to go. What I would really appreciate is if you, in the comment box, let me know which theory or philosophy book was the most transformative for you. What has most deeply impacted your way of thinking/writing? I will then read it.
Whoever recommends the book that then impacts me the most will receive a prize greater than or equal to one pound of elk meat. Ok, greater.
Juliana Spahr looks like this:
I couldn't find a big cover of her book so her face will have to do.