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“shifting between the sharply cut phrase and the open field of the page, between quotation and the more physical registers of language, between desire and the turns of a mind thinking, j/j’s how nerve-yen became the new yew treecreates a musical, mystical space where all these things become extensions of one another”

-Joel Bettridge

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Published April 1st 2009 by erbacce-press
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“shifting between the sharply cut phrase and the open field of the page, between quotation and the more physical registers of language, between desire and the turns of a mind thinking, j/j’s how nerve-yen became the new yew treecreates a musical, mystical space where all these things become extensions of one another”/“call me what I call myself and you will have made a non-debatable home for yourself in me”—This singular line from j/j’s new book could usher in an entirely new type of calendar. j ...more
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j/j hastain is a queer, mystic, seer, singer, photographer, lover, priest/ess, and writer. As artist and activist of the audible, j/j is the author of several cross-genre books and enjoys ceremonial performances in an ongoing project regarding gender, shamanism, eros and embodiments. That project is called: you make yourself your own tilted stage.

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