“I notice the light feathery blonde hairs covering the unnaturally ubiquitous cuttings on forearms from teenage years of the Twentieth Century the world over. It exemplifies our (b)anal tragedies” Smoke began to fill the car. I wish to inconsistently cccccconsider the body’s ccccccartographic potential. Not happy to ultimately see it as […]
Michael Salerno’s book “Childhood” on Infinity Land Press is a slow behemoth of articulated components of what it means to be a young boy grown older.