BETWEEN THE BLACK AND WHITE SPIDERS

Erased index of The Audubon Society Pocket Guides: Familiar Trees of North America (Eastern Region) for Kirsten in honor of our son Gus’ birth
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Erased index of The Audubon Society Pocket Guides: Familiar Trees of North America (Eastern Region) for Kirsten in honor of our son Gus’ birth

Second panel

Erased index of The Audubon Society Pocket Guides: Familiar Trees of North America (Eastern Region) for Kirsten in honor of our son Gus’ birth
First panel

Erased index of The Audubon Society Pocket Guides: Familiar Trees of North America (Eastern Region) for Kirsten in honor of our son Gus’ birth

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Three-panel window(s): Emily Dickinson’s The Gorgeous Nothings (Christine Burgin/ New Directions in association with Granary Books 2013), Sorrow Come Pass Me Around: A Survey of Rural Black Religious Music (Dust to Digital 2013), Celer’s Dwell in Possibility (Blackest Rainbow 2010)

Three-panel window(s): Emily Dickinson’s The Gorgeous Nothings (Christine Burgin/ New Directions in association with Granary Books 2013), Sorrow Come Pass Me Around: A Survey of Rural Black Religious Music (Dust to Digital 2013), Celer’s Dwell in Possibility (Blackest Rainbow 2010)

A scan from the first section of my first book, IN THE MARBLE OF YOUR ANIMAL EYES, in which I appear as both myself (plant food) and a grizzly bear in someone else’s dream. Special thanks to Patricia No and Antonia Pinter at Publication Studio Portland, Ore. You can get yr mitts on it at the website:: http://www.publicationstudio.biz/books/248

A scan from the first section of my first book, IN THE MARBLE OF YOUR ANIMAL EYES, in which I appear as both myself (plant food) and a grizzly bear in someone else’s dream. Special thanks to Patricia No and Antonia Pinter at Publication Studio Portland, Ore. You can get yr mitts on it at the website:: http://www.publicationstudio.biz/books/248

"Dec 25 (Xmas), 27 93" from Larry Eigner’s readiness / enough / depends / on (Green Integer/ EL-E-PHANT 51 2000)  

"Dec 25 (Xmas), 27 93" from Larry Eigner’s readiness / enough / depends / on (Green Integer/ EL-E-PHANT 51 2000)  

"Dec 25 93" from Larry Eigner’s readiness / enough / depends / on (Green Integer/ EL-E-PHANT 51 2000)  

"Dec 25 93" from Larry Eigner’s readiness / enough / depends / on (Green Integer/ EL-E-PHANT 51 2000)  

"Dec 12 92" from Larry Eigner’s readiness / enough / depends / on (Green Integer/ EL-E-PHANT 51 2000)  
Baby Gus and I have been reading readiness / enough / depends / on together in the mornings.

"Dec 12 92" from Larry Eigner’s readiness / enough / depends / on (Green Integer/ EL-E-PHANT 51 2000)  

Baby Gus and I have been reading readiness / enough / depends / on together in the mornings.




 



This is a scan of the first page of my first book, IN THE MARBLE OF YOUR ANIMAL EYES, and I’m THRILLED to announce that it’s finally available at Publication Studio. I am tremendously grateful to Patricia No and Antonia Pinter/ Publication Studio (Portland) for taking so much care to honor this compost book and its unusual habits. 
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Joseph Lease has said, “In the Marble of Your Animal Eyes is gorgeous and heartbreaking, and it changes everything. Nathan Hauke is one of the best poets writing today.” A visual compost that tracks the breakdown of a marriage next to the process of writing the manuscript text through layers of old letters, handwritten journals and earlier drafts, In the Marble of Your Animal Eyes, is a postmodern eclogue that attempts to address the displacement of upheaval by exploring the way divorce rewires a pastoral space that was imagined to be generative. It marks the force with which poverty strips away static notions of identity to reveal what is and is not essential to a process of becoming, initiating contact with the world that is both blissfully ecstatic and terrifying.

This is a scan of the first page of my first book, IN THE MARBLE OF YOUR ANIMAL EYES, and I’m THRILLED to announce that it’s finally available at Publication Studio. I am tremendously grateful to Patricia No and Antonia Pinter/ Publication Studio (Portland) for taking so much care to honor this compost book and its unusual habits. 

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Joseph Lease has said, “In the Marble of Your Animal Eyes is gorgeous and heartbreaking, and it changes everything. Nathan Hauke is one of the best poets writing today.” A visual compost that tracks the breakdown of a marriage next to the process of writing the manuscript text through layers of old letters, handwritten journals and earlier drafts, In the Marble of Your Animal Eyes, is a postmodern eclogue that attempts to address the displacement of upheaval by exploring the way divorce rewires a pastoral space that was imagined to be generative. It marks the force with which poverty strips away static notions of identity to reveal what is and is not essential to a process of becoming, initiating contact with the world that is both blissfully ecstatic and terrifying.

Frank Baugh/ Sparkling Wide Pressure “Rain into Openness”

A Window Opens, Cassette (Wet Merchants 2010)

Cut and paste compost collage (10.2013).
Pretty much the only writing I’ve been able to find time for this fall with the new baby.

Cut and paste compost collage (10.2013).

Pretty much the only writing I’ve been able to find time for this fall with the new baby.