|Format Type||:||envelope-style chapbook|
|Number of Pages||:||270 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Ana Bozicevic is not a poet. "There is a little machine in the base of her throat that allows her to say anything." I should explain. Did you see the new Batman movie? Remember the scene when Batman is standing on top of that building overlooking the city, with all those giant satellite dishes behind him, humming. That's Ana. Remember when Morgan Freeman allows Batman to use his super technology to listen into every frequency at the same time, allowing him to hear every phrase and every word uttered simultaneously, with the trick being that he had to tune into the single voice that would save the world. That's what Ana did. It's called beauty. The task of listening to the entire world would destroy most sentient beings within a second, like the story about how much of God's voice each person can take before they are consumed, before they explode with the glory, the force, the responsibility (of bearing such beauty). Fractions of seconds, or eternity. Document is that. It's like the seahorses that float around when you close your eyes after staring directly at the sun.
really really small font. I feel old.
A stellar read and passport to things beside yourself...
Anyone know where can I find a copy? Octopus Books is SOLD OUT. Love Ana's poems.