the world is a presence: R. Brooke. IAJS Discussion List, 11Mar 05.

how wonderful to become: A. Schwerner. From, "Tablet XVIII."  The Tablets. Orono, ME,  1999. p.55.

Living in Paris was a Russian: P. Watkins, “The Forger.” New York, 2000. pp.68-9.

what is essential: C.J. Stivale, "Gilles Deleuze's ABC Primer, with Claire Parnet." (1996)

they die of the tension: John Newlove. From, "God Bless the Bear."

horizons of bark: cortex = bark, "since it covers the outer surface of the brain as does the bark on a tree," S. A. Greenfield, The Human Brain. New York, 1997. pp.12-13

Surely in those great depths: P. Rogers. From, "The Light Inside of  Death."

I have consecrated my life: J-P Witkin. Quoted in, D.L. Strauss, Between the Eyes: Essays on Photography and Politics. New York, 2003. p.55.

I praise those ancient Chinamen: P. Whalen. From, "Hymnus Ad Patrem Sinensis."

We approached a pickup truck: K. Pang. From, "Salmon Nation Haibun." Unpublished MS.

in the animist world: W. Reed, "Shamanistic Principles of  Initiation and Power." In, The Shaman  From Elko. San Francisco, CA., 1978. p.41.

The faces afloat: R. Bringhurst. From, "His Dream."

a successful trip: B. Hurd, Entering the Stone: On Caves  and Feeling Through the Dark. Boston,  2003. p.135.

had a slight overhang: S. Giedion, The Eternal Present.Princeton, NJ., 1962. p. 470.

the idea of 'remembering': P. Shepard, Man in the Landscape. Athens, GA., 2002. p. 30.