Jos Charles, thereвЂ™s room in вЂњthees wite skirtesвЂќ for thee and me, so letвЂ™s compose these rites alchemically.
IвЂ™m feeld-ing your guide, in which after all i will be fielding your queeries and questyons and in addition i will be getting emotions. Through which i am talking about reading your book makes me personally in a continuing work of effortful yet trans*lation that is fruitful. wen which i am talking about i’m holding your guide, holding you beside me when I cross personal feelds (trans-latio: to carry around).
Yours is just a language made strange: stretched and slanted and folded against itself so that it veers in and out of recognizability. Flux language, queer language, dense/dance language: graphically compressed, sonically ambiguous. Truly your Medievalist history being a scholar comes to your foreвЂ”and certainly, IвЂ™ve seen numerous reviews describe your projects as вЂњChaucerian.вЂќ Nonetheless, this assessment seems reductive if you ask me: your homophony relishes in countless possibilitiesвЂ”makes space for any other impacts like Louis Zukofsky (their sequence that is catullus Tommy Pico (their text lingo). Continue reading “VIDA Reviews! feeld records: feeld, by Jos Charles. Jos Charles, thereвЂ™s space in вЂњthees wite skirtesвЂќ me, so letвЂ™s write these rites alchemically for thee and.”