Tag Archives: Late in the Antenna Fields

Jen Hofer Responds to Alan Gilbert’s Late in the Antenna Fields

Declarative Sentences Induce Orderly Delirium, Or Please Set The Alert On Repeat To Remind Us To Notice 6 Instruction Pieces Sparked by Lines from Alan Gilbert’s Late in the Antenna Fields Soon there will be no need of artists, since … Continue reading

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K. Silem Mohammad Responds to Alan Gilbert’s “Outpatient Procedure”

Close readings are iffy lately, but I will write to you anyway because I was given this book, Alan Gilbert’s Late in the Antenna Fields, a book that gives me a sense of icy but colorful gratification. What I mean … Continue reading

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Fred Schmalz Responds to Alan Gilbert’s “Transdermal express”

Seven thoughts on “Transdermal express” 1. These thoughts do not correspond to the seven sections of “Transdermal Express.” “This is the mixtape version of the mixtape” is one way of putting it. But so is “a living room.” So is … Continue reading

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