Bartomeu Fiol

D'un cànon socarrat

D'un cànon socarrat


It is a collage that is not easy to contemplate, made up of many types of materials. It was necessary to mix everything within this magma of singed poems, of plaquettes with ordered typography and presumably crazy messages, of poems-index, of entries and exits, of sentimental adventures tenuously coloured with hallucination, of vague cuttings of silence and elegant conversations, of prayer letters and profane epistles, of pious and educated invocations to Nostra Dona del No-res, like a mirror in flaming fire where approaching represented a risk or a danger, brothel in flames, nights of fire and disquiet, hot verses, mirror.

(From the prologue by Miguel Batalla)


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