from the New York Times this week
This is the most whimsical thing I've seen in a while, and seems to capture the Czech spirit.
I could be wrong, but I wonder if this sort of theater would be up Kenneth's alley. It's a site-speciifc, conceptual piece, where a German director hires an American actor to act like a farmer on an actual farm, as real farmers watch.
If anyone will be in New York over the next couple months, this exhibit at the Grolier Club on miniature books looks off-beat and charming.
Jeffrey McDaniel is the author of five books of poetry, most recently Chapel of Inadvertent Joy (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2013). Other books include The Endarkenment (Pittsburgh, 2008), The Splinter Factory (Manic D, 2002), The Forgiveness Parade (Manic D Press, 1998), and Alibi School (Manic D, 1995). His poems have...