Supported by Jerome Foundation
Privilege is spun from a larger work; these fragments seek to accrete and produce a sort of subliminal confrontation with their ever-shifting subject matter, much as the body is reputed to create vortexes of healing and repose in response to traumas. A phrase from the Gnostic Gospel of Philip – “I have come to know myself and I have collected myself from everywhere…” – can serve as a starting point here, as well as Hamlet’s “in that sleep of death what dreams may come.” Multiple, intersecting planes of experience, often mired in a sordid backstory of the American dream/empire (featured voices include Florida death row inmates, Palestinian poets, and novelist Kathy Acker) seek to produce new areas of resolution.
This Flash work has been emulated with Conifer by the Electronic Literature Lab in July 2021. To view this emulation
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