courage at the edge of a mouth
an elusive inwardness behind the glowing screen which has a drawing power similar to a husky or sultry voice
surmised Stephanie Strickland in a talk given in 1997 about work in electronic space and “the book come to resemble an album”. Album in the sense of packaging plus vinyl. Album in the sense of scrapbook of images and words, a commonplace treasure hoard. Objects to be pored over and bases from which to performance launch. air guitar or memory work. Space of liner notes. Noted space.
mixed mongrel courage “like riding melodies through silence” assured that haunted by the memory any extra letters, any different voicings of the same grapheme will achieve the mutter that matters
And so for day 132