Well episode 1 of Sectarian Review is in the books and you can have a listen here:
The next episode will be on the broad topic of voice. In that spirit, I wrote a manifesto to open the next show with:
Sectarian Review: A Manifesto
A voice cannot exist without ears. No word ever spoken since “God said” came from nothing. They say ashes to ashes, dust to dust; we say ashes from ashes, dust from dust.
Sectarian Review is hearing.
Sectarian Review is not knowing.
Progress strives to get things right, when getting things wrong is our perfect form. In wrongness we listen and our voices struggle to rise from forward-moving machines that finish the unfinished.
Sectarian Review is not speeches.
Sectarian Review is not a pounded desk.
We will fight against the terms “mansplaining” and “feminazi,” but will not ban them.
Sectarian Review rights no wrongs.
If you say “fixed in your privilege,” we understand the privilege in being fixed.
I don’t care what you have to say,
It makes no difference anyway.
Whatever it is.
I’m against it.
Sectarian Review is Groucho Marx.
Sectarian Review is chaos.
Sectarian Review listens to the weary wisdom of yellow wallpaper.
Sectarian Review speaks back into its madness.
Sectarian Review is a voice,