Being an ongoing collection of found objects, notes, used books, & other ephemera.
|“To be lost if it must be so”: found at BPL|
|“can change”: marginalia found in Gregory Corso’s Mindfield,
commentary on “In the Fleeting Hands of Time” Brookline Public Library
“Looking for Explanations, Ascending Nodes”:
found in The Nautical Almanac for the Year 1974
Brookline Public Library
|Found in used copy of Jack Hirschman’s “A Correspondence of Americans”,
Raven Used Books, Newbury St. Who are Barbara & Dick?
Top Google search suggests: Barbara Gordon and Dick Grayson,
a/k/a Batgirl and Robin!?
|“To Clayton, from Barbara” – found in Commonwealth Books, Boston 11/2013|
|Index card, found at Brookline Laundromat, 11/2013|
|“nice little weird ripoff.” — Inscription in Kerouac’s Town by Barry Gifford.
(Found in Raven Books, Newbury St., 11/2/13)
(found in Raven Books, Newbury St. Boston, 8/13)
|“Dear Nathan,”: found in used copy of
Gertrude Stein’s Paris, France (Harvard Bookstore)
|photo booth friends; found in Selected Paul Celan,
|“Gently”. – found in Rachel Glaser’s book Moods. Portsmouth Book & Bar (NH)|
|“Time Location Spelling”: found in Zach Savich’s Events Film Cannot Withstand.
Gift, Harvard Street, Brookline.
|“Joseph Cooper’s Work Schedule for the Week 7/23 – 7/29, 200?” –
found in my copy of The Poetics of The New American Poetry,
finally returned by Mr. Cooper after loaned to him for considerable amount of time.