ontographic deconstruction (after mondrian): “My heart burns at daybreak”
My heart burns at daybreak
Mai hurt bearns @ dey brake
Sean Braune’s first book of philosophy, Language Parasites: Of Phorontology, appeared in 2017 from Punctum Books. His theoretical work has been published in Postmodern Culture, Journal of Modern Literature, Canadian Literature, symplokē, and elsewhere. His poetry has appeared in ditch, The Puritan, Rampike, Poetry is Dead, and elsewhere. His first chapbook, the vitamins of an alphabet (2016), appears from above/ground press. Sean Braune holds a PhD from York University.
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