And the day would be proud of itself going on as if it hadn’t already collapsed, had not
been destroyed, riven, all the people mad and metabolically downcast. It’s around the
eyes, they said. It’s around the hearts. The city was reeling. People were coming out to
the street. In the way they wanted to see where the guy lived and boasted so as to mock
'Post-pleistocene relic world'
Alternative communities and writing, part 2
Is it necessary to think about community from an ecological point of view? If so, would our depicted world community be more populated with trees than our current ecological moment?
Naropa archive recording title: Alternative Communities and Writing
Date of recording: June 09, 2003
Panelists: Anne Waldman (Chair), Eleni Sikelianos, Peter Warshall, Ed Sanders, Marcella Durand, Robin Blaser.