Day 177 – copy, right

Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Day 177
1:51 pm – 2:24 pm

copy, right

“It is the policy of William Morrow and Company, Inc.,
and its imprints and affiliates recognizing the importance
of preserving what has been written, to print the books
we publish on acid-free paper, and we exert our best
efforts to that end.”

…go, Nikki, go
preserve your
love poems
to the panther
.
.
.

“NOTE: This is a work of fiction, only in that in many cases,
the author could not remember the exact words said by certain people,
and exact descriptions of certain things, so had to fill in gaps as best he could.
Otherwise, all characters and incidents and dialogue are real, are not
products of the author’s imagination, because at the time of this writing,
the author had no imagination whatsoever for those sorts of things, and
could not conceive of making up a story or characters-it felt like driving
a car in a clown suit-…”

…so mr. dave egged on the reader
what is
ours
but when we claim
how we want to play?
.
.
.

“We highly recommend this book be read by low
light or candlelight — fluorescent light
strictly prohibited, please”

…who the fuck is she?
I don’t know
but turn off the
goddamn kitchen light

tkk

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About traciakemi

traci akemi kato-kiriyama - inter/multi-disciplinary theatre/performance artist, arts educator, cultural worker, community organizer. Tuesday Night Project; theatre, performance, writing, and teaching projects with many organizations and artists including: zero 3; Edge of The World for Asian Arts Initiative in Philadelphia and the National Asian American Theatre Festival in New York; "PULL" with Kennedy Kabasares in San Francisco; Nobuko Miyamoto and Great Leap Collaboratory I; TeAda; NCRR; Oymun's 11. Playwright for "Chasing Dad - a performance of a reading about a play i'm writing" presented by Inside the Ford for the Ford's Summer Playwright series. View all posts by traciakemi

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