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rooms of ontic clarity By Peter Ganick
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experimental literature with the intention of subverting language. yet with beauty, skillfully composed, and always attuned to the ear of the reader. a short text but replete with new modes of... More > exploration of language. also, this is the first of the [pro-inca texts] series of chapbooks. remembering how one approached a book when as a youth one was struck with an open-minded, full of expectation, mode of 'looking', the experience of reading 'rooms of ontic clarity' should change one's relationship with the printed word.< Less
rooms of ontic clarity By Peter Ganick
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experimental literature with the intention of subverting language. yet with beauty, skillfully composed, and always attuned to the ear of the reader. a short text but replete with new modes of... More > exploration of language. also, this is the first of the [pro-inca texts] series of chapbooks. remembering how one approached a book when as a youth one was struck with an open-minded, full of expectation, mode of 'looking', the experience of reading 'rooms of ontic clarity' should change one's relationship with the printed word.< Less
Remove A Concept vol 04 By Peter Ganick
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volume 4 of a projected 16 volumes, written at a local Hartford CT cafe in the late 1980s. Jim Leftwich writes of RAC -- 'thinking in this text, what if soon becomes as if, and if, one by one,... More > concepts proposed are removed as other concepts emerge, then as if becomes is, concept yields to process, being yields to becoming, and one is no longer thinking, or at least not thinking of concepts, one is in the process, no longer reading for content, or at least not for concepts as content, nor is one engaged in a process of reading as writing, one is rather reading as a process of following poetry as it unfolds, as if a poem might be about the time spent writing or reading it, as is the case with this poem, and perhaps with all other poems, once the concepts are removed."< Less
Remove A Concept vol 05 By Peter Ganick
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part 05 of a longpoem projected to 16 volumes, being printed for the first time. ganick wrote this in a hartford CT cafe in the late 1980s. Olchar Lindsann says of this volume: "A poem to be... More > read by the morning, when routes of possibility are to be discerned winding amongst the gaps between shifting particles of thought, of thoughts still porous, not utterly cohered: so that the removal of a concept is the opening of a trapdoor, an infra-verbal space in which one shuttles back and forth: so that the poem forms itself around spaces, in undulating and arrhythmic cascades of language, then waits: so that one thinks between the nascent concepts lunging in staccato or gushing languorously on either side (...) A space for movement, to form itself around."< Less
Remove A Concept vol 06 By Peter Ganick
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Volume six of Ganick's longpoem written in the late 1980s and being published here for the first time. About this section, Michael Peters writes, This important historical work bears its age with... More > increasing intrigue, simply because it would seem to suggest the inversion of time via its manipulation of absence—before and after you were born. It is unlike some of the more known, smaller works comprising Peter Ganick's publishing history—and a must have, but good luck finding yourself within it. This massive body of words becomes porous, wildly poetic—a veritable sea of holes, a space machine, or a supervaast field of labias. Ganick's RAC, a.k.a. "Remove a Concept," stretches you way out, makes you cross vaast spaces where you are uncertain of removals and insertions, and this contemplation includes yourself. Then if you realize it was undertaken in the late 1980s, the kinks in its thinging creates wild, definitive indefinitiveness where even the uncertainties are doubtful. —Michael Peters< Less
Remove A Concept vol 07 By Peter Ganick
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volume 07 of Ganick's longpoem written in the late 1980s in a hartford CT cafe. Richard Deming says of this section. "A 'fond energy' surges through the veins of Peter Ganick’s herculean... More > Remove A Concept, powering the poems forward at every turn and creating an inescapable gravitational that pulls together its far-flung parts. Ganick, an unsung, underground master, has given his life to poetry and to music and it shows throughout this latest volume of his massive undertaking. To read Remove A Concept is to be reminded, that even at this late hour language can still surprise us and can yet reveal those moments when 'to enfold envelops you out.'"< Less
text (1183-1824) By Peter Ganick
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volume three of an ongoing experimental text by Peter Ganick
Remove A Concept vol 06 By Peter Ganick
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Volume six of Ganick's longpoem written in the late 1980s and being published here for the first time. About this section, Michael Peters writes, This important historical work bears its age with... More > increasing intrigue, simply because it would seem to suggest the inversion of time via its manipulation of absence—before and after you were born. It is unlike some of the more known, smaller works comprising Peter Ganick's publishing history—and a must have, but good luck finding yourself within it. This massive body of words becomes porous, wildly poetic—a veritable sea of holes, a space machine, or a supervaast field of labias. Ganick's RAC, a.k.a. "Remove a Concept," stretches you way out, makes you cross vaast spaces where you are uncertain of removals and insertions, and this contemplation includes yourself. Then if you realize it was undertaken in the late 1980s, the kinks in its thinging creates wild, definitive indefinitiveness where even the uncertainties are doubtful. —Michael Peters< Less
Remove A Concept vol 07 By Peter Ganick
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volume 07 of Ganick's longpoem written in the late 1980s in a hartford CT cafe. Richard Deming says of this section. "A 'fond energy' surges through the veins of Peter Ganick’s herculean... More > Remove A Concept, powering the poems forward at every turn and creating an inescapable gravitational that pulls together its far-flung parts. Ganick, an unsung, underground master, has given his life to poetry and to music and it shows throughout this latest volume of his massive undertaking. To read Remove A Concept is to be reminded, that even at this late hour language can still surprise us and can yet reveal those moments when 'to enfold envelops you out.'"< Less
It's Only Po-Et-Ry And I Like It By Peter Ganick
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a self-sufficient text brazenly describing a way of language hitherto unknowable now has come to align selfhood in its variants on new plateaus. "Ganick registers in their course the semiotic... More > pulses of language--its rhythms and teeming vocabularies--its isness, its thisness and itness, this continuous unforming and forming of itself, spooling out across the verses. It forms here by virtue of a linked idea or analogous theme; there through correspondence of sound; again by ingesting the flotsam of brand-names and truisms littering the landscape, for the nth time--unexpectedly--through spans or lacunae of logic. We can imagine Thought staring through various planes of language like planes of glass, turning them with and against each other, rotating their intersecting transparencies, a cognitive kaleidoscope dancing with the light that passes through it in its motion." Olchar Lindsann. this book will surprise and delight you. maybe even challenge you. read on.< Less

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