By David Rosenberg
OCT 2023 | Books
Ten years ago I had successful open-heart bypass surgery. For several hours, with my heart stopped, I knew only black. I was outside of space time, dead to the world. When I awoke on the ICU gurney-bed with my mind returned to me, I laughed. I might have been Schrodingers cat (1935) in a closed box, dead and alive, a quantum entanglement. Now, in Alice Notleys The Speak Angel Series we have our first quantum poet, who can be both within the physical/mental world of human history, as well as outside with the dead, painted black (as one early jacket sleeve of Paint It Black had it, the Jagger/Richards-written Rolling Stones hit of 1966).
By Allison Green
OCT 2022 | Theater
Walter Corwin Invites us to Experience an Intimate and Revealing “Short History of Now”