At the core of writing is the road map for the movement of travel (91).
From the introduction Written language seems to me a landscape. Land bound up in words. I pick up stones or rocks in travel as texts that I can read. There […]
Maybe instead of morality versus amorality, it is a question of multi-morality in a multi-moral world. I’m not sure what that means. I’m not sure I like what it could […]
The literary equivalent of the emperor’s map would be a biography of everyone in the world, or a novel of every second of every minute of every day: literature, like […]