SL027, edition of 30
32 pages, 4.25" x 5.5"
$5.00 + s/h
August 15th, 2014

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 hlaw hla (w whal daw 
by Nathaxn Walker

In hlaw hla (w whal daw Walker uses a recognizable syntax, along with the musical properties of language, to forge a poetry divorced from referential language. Semantically recognizable words & syllables appear only to be disoriented by context & dislocated from meaning. Words, pronounced either on the tongue or in the headspace of the reader, function in terms of affect: the way a symphony can create the narrative of hypnosis, Walker's book presents the hypnotic musicality that can be found when language is détourned. 

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