Remove A Concept vol 10
Part ten of Ganick's long-poem written in the late 1980s at a Hartford CT cafe. Marjorie Perloff says of this volume: "This, the tenth volume of Peter Ganick’s Remove A Concept is an “always approximately sonata ghost,” whose “anomaly background noise” and “rapacious necromancy” conspire to produce a truly encyclopedic mosaic-poem that meditates on the texture of digital daily life today. Here the “event” is seen to “stray,” not on the broken but the “woken” road—and our fellow citizens boast, not alter egos, but “altertransitors” that “beat cheer” into their “entropy packet.” A very exciting poetic sequence, whose language games will make you sit up and laugh—as well as cry." Marjorie Perloff, author of Wittgenstein’s Ladder and The Poetics of Indeterminacy.
- Publication Date
- Sep 30, 2011
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Peter Ganick