Third Factory/Notes to Poetry

art is autonomous

Featured Title – PPL in a Depot by Gary Sullivan

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Gary Sullivan | PPL in a Depot | Roof | 2008 | Goodreads | LibraryThing | 3 mentions in Attention Span 2008

sullivan-pplGary Sullivan demonstrates that free speech is all about hurting people, wanting to hurt people, and other illusions of agency. These plays show us how much it matters by being brutally honest about how little it matters; the formal care and attention that goes into these collages weights even the lightest, most banal statements with foreboding emblematic import. (Stan Apps)

Brecht shutting cell phone to mustachio Mozart with Caucasian circle chalk. “Between the dark and the thyme soufflé … mmmm …” (Rodney Koeneke)

Also mentioned by Michael Kelleher.

Written by Steve Evans

June 4, 2009 at 8:56 am

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  1. Agency is for those who flee into the mouths of those who refuse to speak. We run with the duped, not with the hunted. We are caught by our seeing game.

    Stephen Ellis

    June 4, 2009 at 9:09 am


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