Videos from last night’s memorial reading for James Harvey.
By Michael Zand.
For James Harvey.
Put away the duduks and mandolins
Catch the train to the east
Feel the breezes in your tenses but
Think how he made those vectrals sing
Think how he made –
Drink the best ales you can my friends
Refuse to sing for England
Take the words you need for now but
Leave his language in the fields
Leave his language in –
Let the rain soak through you
Clasp each other’s hands
Stand up for all the broken lines but
Never forget his fountain of curves
Never forget his –
By James Harvey.
consuming the time in play extravagantly
joyfully with eagerness creating in time
use-value livelihood consuming time in
play and work using this bodily
constructively creating through time taken
and turned about someone else’s time takes
away from your time more time than you
are recompensed amounting to their
surplus-time set creating profit use-value
produce to sell to others consuming the
time in play extravagantly joyfully
eagerness creating in time use-value
livelihood consuming time just through
work using this bodily constructively taken
into hand some degree of your time is
taken over with their creating surplus-time
Working from Marx’s Capital #2
John Kinsella, Rapacity: A Death’s Jest-Book, 96pp, perfect bound (price £6.00 including p&p).
John James, In Romsey Town, 48pp, perfect bound, with a cover by Peter Cartwright (price £6.00 including p&p).
To get em, contact Rod Mengham.
By Aida Edemariam, 09.01.06.
Assaulting the Queen, says psychologist Oliver James, “doesn’t necessarily mean anything.”
Elizabeth James’s 2010 Wipe! She also tweeted less than a week ago, according to RSS. It’s like Henry James to RLS!