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“A revolution by any other name would be completely misunderstood” – An Interview re: Michael Rowland’s Infinity in Bits (forthcoming with Equus Press, 2021)

“A revolution by any other name would be completely misunderstood” – An Interview re: Michael Rowland’s Infinity in Bits (forthcoming with Equus Press, 2021)

Jeffrey Howe and Narmin Ismiyeva sit down with Michael Rowland to talk about his book Infinity in Bits, forthcoming with Equus Press in October 2021.

EP: How do different sections ‘talk’ to one another? Are they to be read chronologically or are the ‘cards’ to be shuffled and new original readings be made out of them?

MR: Each card and text has a life of its own, but one can read the Major Arcana, The Court cards and the Pip cards as flowing stories, albeit in an abstracted manner.

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