Inspired by Burroughsian ‘cut-up’, but more of a ‘mash-up’: two translated texts, one Latin and one Greek, two mythological narratives, and some intrusive narrators. Answers not included.
A return to allusive space. Fallible memory and fictional memory. Tracking weavers of text and following poetic threads.
Once upon a time in the wilds of Babylon, Thisbe saw a lion. But I saw three… An exploration of allusive space and what lurks within.
‘The locus demands I proclaim the virgin’s rape. You’ll recognise many things, and a few you ought to learn.’ Is ‘locus’ a location in space and is that space in the real world, on a page, or in the mind? Is ‘locus’ a point in time? Is it some when and where we have been before? How many things can fit in a ‘locus’?