Faraday and me. (I travelled to London for work last week and just now get around to looking through the pictures.) #latergram #london #thewas #iet #kingscollege #lastweek #selfie #clarityandchaos
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Got an hour to spare in London, so I did my two favorite things to do in a city: Buy books and drink good coffee! Picked up Ali Smith’s Autumn and Brexit and the British by Stephen Green. Now I’m enjoying a great flat white at The CoffeeWorks Project. #coffee #bookstagram #igreads #flatwhite #london #instatravel …
Flat white and Tyehimba Jess’ OLIO #igreads #bookstagram #poetry #Konstanz #weekdaypleasures #noelf #clarityandchaos
Our street is in full bloom.
I finished Zadie Smith’s Swing Time this morning. I liked, but did not love it. (more on that maybe later.) Towards the end, the narrator reads Baldwin to someone – so I’m reading Baldwin’s poetry collection as my first book of #nationalpoetrymonth.
“I think it’s logical to assume that many, many black folk fell in love with many, many other black folk. This assumption is the rational consequence of acknowledging black humanity." The quoted statement should be obvious, but for long stretches of history, it wasn’t. In “The Dear Pledges of Our Love,” an essay about Philis Wheatley …
Mark Greif has different coffee dates than I do. (Against Everything: On Dishonest Times (2016) p. 47)
Obligatory boots in snow picture. #fromwhereistand #fwis #Konstanz #winter #timberland #PTOman #clarityandchaos
Apropos of (my) 2016. (A. Razor: “If Bubba’s Taxi Could Talk” found in The Coiled Serpent: Poets Arising from the Cultural Quakes and Shifts of Los Angeles, eds. Banerjee, Olivas, Rodrigues, Tía Culcha Press 2016)