The back cover of the programme of events for Queer Sites held May 13-15, 1993 at New College, University of Toronto, has a lovely “poem” on the back that fascinates me because of its enjambement.
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On the flyleaf, my copy has two interesting questions inscribed in green: “If queer is a techne, a set of tools, what are the parameters, shifting or stable, for its use? How does one draw and how are limits drawn for one and what does that or this man about oneself.”
After all these years, the lines of investigation are less of space and more of time. How fast, how slow, how long? The place of a comma. The time of a period.
And so for day 656