>Poets both real and not real will move in shimmering ways back and
>forth between realms and across times. Cross-disciplinary forms and genres
>unimaginable at present will flower forth. It will be a "wavy" zone
>impossible to appropriate or to discipline, because authorship in this
>topography will not have a discrete location or body; it will be
>continuum-like, a wave, to draw from Epstein again, going across times,
>places, and personalities.
>But this will require strong conceptual moves that leave behind the
>vanishing point of genetic ascription and push poetic- performative
>activity-- sometimes illicitly and against žknown lawsÓ-- beyond the generic
>canvass-horizon of the page.
You mean - like oral poetry?