Invisible Bride

For outness is but the feeling of otherness (alterity) rendered intuitive, or alterity visually represented. --Coleridge.

Just purchased Tony Tost's
>Invisible Bride
last night.

I'm only a little ways in, but I am hooked and altered.

The alterity in Invisible Bride feels genuine.

What I mean is I got some serious head chills.

The whim feels spiritual in the best sense of the word.

Imagistic and easy going voice pleasures

with so much more underneath.

There's something here.

I wish I didn't have to teach today.

I want to curl up with Invisible Bride and D.J. Shadow.

to be continued . . .