with Glen Armstrong / Cruel Garters (in Hudson, New York)
"Every Day" / "Equality of Day" / "They Jump"
3 poems now up at Lothlorien Poetry Journal blog:
"Memetica as a philosophy is a philosophy of ‘it all.’ To talk about it is to engage with a rhetoric, a concept, and a practice of ‘everything’ – and that everything is ‘right now’. We never have anything but the everything that is now. Of course here-and-now is informed and constituted by the past and results in the future. But we are not back there in the past. And we are not yonder in the (imagined or what will end up being real) future. Our power resides in this moment, realizing this doesn’t condemn us to a radical immanentism or know-nothing-of-the-past, do-nothing-for-the-future stance. If there are simple facts (I think there are), this is one of them. Everything is here and now."
Fragments of Memetica, No. 15., pt 1 
Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter writes academic / philosophical works and poetry. Teaches at a public university in North America. Consults/coaches (executive, life, creative).