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MONDAY ARTPOST issue 1027-2014

MONDAY ARTPOST - Columns by Artist and Writer. Published on Mondays
Issue 1027-2014 ISSN 1918-6991 An Ocean and Pounds publication. All Rights Reserved


Lee Ka-sing

The gate. The lane. The cage


Poetry from dentist in chinatown


The experience of the past of a broken mirror


Nude descending a staircase (after Marcel Duchamp)


“Beyond the hills and rills the path seems lost to sight; A village’s seen ‘mid shady willows and flowers bright” (Lu You, tr. XYZ)


Two parts of an essay about a dancer

 

 

Gary Michael Dault

BRIEF CANDLES: 100 Very Short Plays

Play #98: Colin and Clifford discuss an e-Rendezvous

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Bob Black

Bagatelle and Babble
GHOSTS AND THE GOLDEN FALLS OF THE YING-YANG SEA

The Oxen rid of their sun ranging in the shade of the trees, the hills, the dark and then a light brush,
a shadow before it has been forestalled, this swaying.
Calves, children, boys, brothers swaying in the sun.

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Fiona Smyth

CHEEZ
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Shelley Savor

Caffeine Reveries
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CIEL VARIABLE 98
These abstract works involving simple forms evoke methods of analogue photography to challenge the degree of veracity of the image. Imprint, inversion, and casting are some of the components transposed into other artistic media to re-evaluate our capacity to apprehend the real.

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Gary Michael Dault

TORONTO: A NOVEL
Chapter 58


Violet Dollop now has two passions in her life: writing and Indian food. Oddly, the one, Indian food, seemed like an extension or continuation of the other, the writing. Indian food seemed to Violet to be so directly about life’s processes—the challenge of heat, the silky consolations of cool pudding-smoothness, the unprepared for eventfulness of sudden big encounters with spices: cardamom seeds, as black and present as insects. Indian food, thought Violet, is terrain. Indian food is a silent movie. She loved it with an accelerating fervor so intense she knew that, despite her non-Indian-ness, she would someday have to write an Indian cookbook. Or at least a book about the proliferating excitements generated by the Indian Food milieu: Indian Food—The Long Metaphor.
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Andrew Yeung

Line Doc
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