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  DANIIL KHARMS: FOUR POEMS –Translated from the Russian by Katie Farris and Ilya...
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Tomaz Salamun

My great-grandmother milled an old man / and swallowed him. -- two new poems by Tomaž Šalamun

Larissa Tokmakova and Kristen Kosmas in THERE THERE.

Kristen Kosmas – Part 5

Between all things / that appear to be touching, / that appear to touch, / there is still space.

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Kristen Kosmas – Part 4

All of the electricity in the city goes out at this point and there is a kind of mild panic.

Kosmas in her play Hello Failure.

Kristen Kosmas – Part 2

The actor imagines plastic. The many horrors of plastic.

Kristen Kosmas

Kristen Kosmas – Part 1

YOU MAY HAVE NOTICED THAT I DO NOT HAVE A CAT TIED TO A STRING HERE.

Kosmas and Kempson in Kempson's POTATOES OF AUGUST.

Kristen Kosmas Interviewed by Sibyl Kempson

"Well when you’re having that experience of profound uncertainty, it’s sort of like -- anything! Somebody gimme a magazine about anything! I’ll believe it!"

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Daniil Kharms

Because of me, Marina Petrovna turned completely bald – bald like a baby’s bottom. It happened like this: I went over to visit Marina Petrovna, and bang! she lost all her hair. And that was that.

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