Sunday, January 4, 2009

"I have almost finished reading Gabe Gudding's Rhode Island Notebook. Gabe's book has opened up possibilities. Specifically place and history, including personal history. It is an expansive book with lots of boxes within boxes. A journey of consciousness and the practice of awareness. Of being awake..... Rhode Island Notebook is Hermes. fleet. builds. like I said expansive. Lots of details about mileage and things on the road notes and small essays on bums etc. Most everything goes in. Writing as practice in the best sense."

-Poet Marcus Slease (Northern Ireland, UK), in joint mention of RIN and Ken Edwards' lovely book Nostalgia for Unknown Cities" on Slease's blog

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