The first poem up for ephemerization was Lauren Levin’s ‘Tresk,” a wonderfully jagged poem that stomps down the page. Here’s a sneak peak at the final pamphlet that accentuates the short lines with thick black highlights and adds red “T” accents (ala the red cross) on the word ‘Tresk.’
(Note: TRESK has been called a migraine gene, acting like a switch that can control the sensitivity of pain nerves in the brain.)
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