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Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Why Words are Treacherous
"Words are treacherous because they are incomplete. The written word hangs in time like a lump of lead. Everything should move with the ages and the planets." —Leonora Carrington, "The Stone Door," The Seventh Horse
"If David Lynch and Jorge Luis Borges created a book the result would be something very much like the writings of Craig Conley. As with those artists, Craig's work creates truly remarkable and subtle effects. His books are ones to dream with and learn from."