Check out the latest episode of KCRW’s Bookworm - Michael Silverblatt talks with Ben Estes and Alan Felsenthal of The Song Cave and poet Amanda Nadelberg about this fantastic collection. I especially liked hearing them read his “artist’s statement” in rounds…
anonymous medieval artist, Lerian and Lauréolle: The Inflexibility of the King, late 1500s. The Netherlands, wool and silk tapestry, Musée national du Moyen Âge, Paris, France.
the house on a street named for no one
to hold themselves together to them
hold as a whole one of this together
to hold as a whole one when one is thinking of them
it will fall off them if one does not hold it together on them
the beginning that is always with us through all of our living
Collage by my sister, Ann Beatus. Text collaged from Gertrude Stein.
Andrew Wyeth, Adrift, 1982