Startling to look at and wonderful fun to unfold. Foot upon foot of poetry printed receipt paper—It’s a marvellous thing. Enjoy in the consolation of your own home—this is much too awkward for outdoor winds or public transport.
Poems themselves: excerpt from D. A. Levy: wonderful. Levy is the Ginsberg of Cleveland and this is the city’s wild Howl.
Throatfolding (for Sophie Xenon): this is the immediacy and force of a Brion Gysin permutation with all the added visual fun of receipt paper feedback loops. It’s a wave of words peeling back the layer of meaning and sense.
I love this little collection of weird ephemera, and you will too. Check out betweenthehighway press and live a little (betweenthehighway.org)