Tag Archives: The Source

Judah Rubin Responds to Page 26 of The Source

Judah Rubin libraries in the Reading Room at the Center for Jewish History.    THE SOURCE is Noah Eli Gordon’s.   This is the 14th in a series of 26 responses to Page 26 of THE SOURCE by poet-librarians. The … Continue reading

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Christina Davis Responds to Page 26 of The Source

Christina Davis curates the Woodberry Poetry Room at Harvard’s Lamont Library. THE SOURCE is by Noah Eli Gordon. 26 writing librarians are responding. We are halfway there. See below and the future for more.

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Ben Gocker Responds to Page 26 of The Source

Ben Gocker works as a librarian in the Brooklyn Collection, Brooklyn Public Library’s local history division. Read about materials from the collection here: http://brooklynology.brooklynpubliclibrary.org/   I did not read it. I did not want to read it. I did not … Continue reading

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Jess Mynes Responds to Page 26 of The Source

Jess Mynes is a Reference Instruction Librarian and Technical Services Coordinator at Mount Wachusett Community College. A dispatch from the Penny Dreadful series, Mynes’ own numerology-minded sourcing experiment.  In his own words: “I went through pulp novels, keeping the titles, … Continue reading

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Sarah Goldstein Responds to Page 26 of The Source

Sarah Goldstein is the Head of Digital Assets & Preservation Services at Mt. Holyoke College. He’s rolling over from the east, inky reservoir unseen for miles, arrow crossed at Ware, slowing to the reek of the mill. Next car over, … Continue reading

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John Bloomberg-Rissman Responds to Page 26 of The Source

John Bloomberg-Rissman is Humanities and Social Sciences Collection Coordinator, UC Riverside Libraries. Re:Source:d  1. I have a revolver in my possession. I step from the bus into a sequencing tool that is moist and carries the scent of quince. I … Continue reading

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M. Kasper Responds to Page 26 of The Source

Sub-sub editor’s Note: M. Kasper is a reference librarian by day/semester at Amherst College, and by night/summer makes books like Open-Book (just out from Ugly Duckling Presse) or All Cotton Briefs, which, this sub-sub noticed, has 26 pages. And so, in … Continue reading

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Lawrence Giffin Responds to Page 26 of The Source

Re: searching The Source: a s/creed For me, the interesting thing about conceptual writing is that from its beginning it has been absolutely spiritual. Conceptual writing has always held it’s practices and beliefs to be “more real” and exclusively to … Continue reading

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Jessica Grim Responds to Page 26 of The Source

Response to Noah Eli Gordon’s The Source, pg. 26 by Jessica Grim Collection Development & Management Librarian Oberlin College Library Assuming an alphabet the man began to speak. The sun baked the earth. Words crawled. Obliteration was not an option. Rest … Continue reading

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Patrick James Dunagan Responds to Page 26 of The Source

One day’s set of responses @ the 26th minute of each hour to Noah Eli Gordon’s THE SOURCE, particularly page 26, during a 7.5 hour work shift 4/6/2011 by Patrick James Dunagan Periodicals and Bindery Specialist Gleeson Library-Geshcke Center University … Continue reading

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