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Featured image is from
CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 7/21/2020

July 22, 1971, from 'Bernadette Mayer: Memory'

Featured image is one of 1,100 photographs taken by Bernadette Mayer during the month of July, 1971. These have been collected in Memory, the new Siglio book collecting this body of work, alongside two hundred pages of text and six hours of audio recording that Mayer made as part of the project. The corresponding entry for July 22 begins: "To burn to be sharp to drive to nourish to choke to breathe, last week in 1850, to bind to increase to bend to cover to vault over to shine to seize to take hold of, last week in 1850, to cut to hide to shut to lean, last week in 1850, to hold to run to turn round to cultivate to cook to give to show to tame to lead to eat to live to exist to put to place to speak, last week in 1850…” To hear contemporary poets read from the book, by day, throughout July 2020, please visit Language is a Temptation: Daily Readings from Bernadette Mayer's 'Memory' at Poets House. The reader for July 22 is Fanny Howe.

Bernadette Mayer: Memory

Bernadette Mayer: Memory

SIGLIO
Hbk, 10 x 7.25 in. / 332 pgs / 1155 color.





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