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“A poesis memoir of the vibrating I Am presence”
What happens when the epic and experimental impulses of the 20th-Century transition into social, feral, and mystical-poetic bodies occupying the 21st?
You get j/j hastain’s The Malachim Conglomerate.
I appreciate your directness
oh anechoic ace
dump somnambulist powder
all over the childhood orchard
in the city I ferment
I wished some edge to meet me
the quasar in which elliptical opera takes
trust your tryst
a beauty tracker is a translator
j/j hastain is a collaborator, writer and maker of things. j/j performs ceremonial gore. Chasing and courting the animate and potentially enlivening decay that exists between seer and singer, j/j, simply, hopes to make the God/dess of stone moan and nod deeply through the waxing and waning seasons of the moon.
j/j has written many chapbooks, artist books and full length works. j/j hastain is the inventor of The Mystical Sentence Projects and is author of several cross-genre books including Luci: a Forbidden Soteriology (Black Radish Books, 2015), Apophallation Sketches (Radicle Press, 2016), The Priest/ess Trilogy (Spuyten Duyvil, 2017), and The Xyr Trilogy: a Metaphysical Romance of Experimental Realisms. j/j’s writing has recently appeared in a thing like you and me, Flapperhouse, Caketrain, Trickhouse, The Collagist, Housefire, Bombay Gin, Aufgabe and Tarpaulin Sky.