Thursday, June 07, 2007

Issue 3 for Sale!

Homonumos Issue 3 is at the printers! Merci, 谢谢, thank you, etc., to all the authors contributing to the magazine. Issues are on sale here, $5 Canadian plus $5 shipping outside China. Please allow a few weeks for delivery.

If you want to take a peek, here's the cover, and here are a few tidbits inside-

Efe Okugu's THE BIRTH OF THE BLUE (part 3) and

Solange Guo Chatelard's SOY TANGUERO (part 3).

Also, some poetry from Jack Raiff intended for Issue 2-

HA LLEGADO EL DÍA (English translation here).

For the curious, here's an interview with chief editor Christine Bellerose (WMV + Dog format) from Camille Levert (Camillenchine).

And another interview, with Christine and Virginie by Josh Hink from Indyish.

If the articles are coming out too tiny, don't fret- we're working on getting higher-resolution images up soon. We're also putting together an online index of author's homepages, putting work from Issues 1 & 2 online, and gathering more sound and video from contributors.

Again, thank you all for reading and contributing to the magazine.

Will Fertman, Online Editor.

Movimento IV

What is a sign ? A sign is an action that is born from the inner sources of a human being. When these sources are activated every movement becomes lightness and no matter what the body does, it dances; then grace appears , the unknown and it must be left alone and not turned into something known. The body finds again its organicity, like a wild and proud animal it does not need to be tamed. The body thinks by itself, the mind
learns how to move apart. The body does not bounce into the mind, and the delay on the present time disappears: the body enters the flowing of life.

No tight form is necessary then, just little by little structure is built around organicity without taming the reborn proud animal; slowly organicity is associated to awareness which prevents it from becoming pure instinct but allows it to develop subtle perception and touch thinner levels.

You must look at the world as San Francesco d'Assisi did.......with the same eyes . If you ever can, by chance, go to Assisi in the church named after San Francesco, and standing surrounded by Giotto's frescoes, look at the cloak of the monk; it is preserved there...look at San Francesco's cloak. There is all you need to know bout how to be in the world and with the world in that cloak. To be continued (…)