BABEL NOT MENARD
TZARA NOT DUCHAMP
If it ain’t a pleasure, it ain’t a poem.
So K.G. defends Fritterman’s Metropolis thus:
consumerism is boring
consumerism is contemporary reality
good literature should reflect contemporary reality
good literature is boring
Fun is a medicinal bath, the culture industry never fails to prescribe it.
– Adorno and Horkheimer
Fun is no problem. Prescription is problem.
Who controls the fun controls the measure.
SEIZE THE ENDS OF LEISURE!
I welcome this poet’s image as a little piece of experimental folly, like a virtual grain of hashish without which it is impossible to enter into the reign of the imagination.
Chase illicit poems.
Experimental folly is ontological resistance.
REVOLUTION GOOD REFORM BAD
giving in is giving
giving in giving is
giving is in giving
giving is giving in
If there is hope, it lies in the poems.
Refuse OTC literatures!