Shaw, Alix Anne 2015

Thursday, February 19, 2015
with Lana Rakhman
Chicago Cultural Center


low red door I enter in
the desert        slaked by rain

in this a kind of format
an interstice        a splice

between the sad time
and the next        sad time

– Alix Anne Shaw, “Parturition”

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My friends, the kind weather is over. On the street, I turn my eyes
from the men who wait at the corner, poised to pry the slightest
opening. The sign says please break boxes, but it looks like please

– Alix Anne Shaw, “Schrödinger’s Cat is Mine Now”

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