SPACE / THE SOLDIER WHO DIED FOR PERSPECTIVE * To ‘put things in perspective’ would be to see them in relation to ‘something else’, but since (at least so far) there is always ‘something else’ in relation to which anything (else) might be juxtaposed/‘put’, it seems no ‘clarification’ (of whatever it is)(but furtherdifficulty only ?) […]
(Robert Grenier wrote the following text in response to Martin Richet’s request for an introduction to ROBERT CREELEY Là: poèmes 1968-1975 (Editions Héros-Limite, Geneva). MR thanked RG for his contribution, but subsequently informed RG that the publisher had declined to use the introduction due to limitations of space. –Editors) – for Pen (!) How ‘important’ these works, […]
Collected Poems by Larry Eigner
edited by Curtis Faville and Robert Grenier
Stanford University Press, forthcoming December 2010
Larry Eigner had great eyes—he could look right through you, or, alternatively, he could look right at you (or both, at the same time).