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In a time of crisis, and with a lifetime of geography residing within, the punctuated spaces of Requisite reveal the interior narratives of a collapsing world. We learn resistance: To not dismiss ourselves from the story unfolding before us. Instead, we must follow the quietness that encompasses—that has been seeking our attention all along—as we acknowledge the ecology of In a time of crisis, and with a lifetime of geography residing within, the punctuated spaces of Requisite reveal the interior narratives of a collapsing world. We learn resistance: To not dismiss ourselves from the story unfolding before us. Instead, we must follow the quietness that encompasses—that has been seeking our attention all along—as we acknowledge the ecology of events, within and without, that we must reconcile to survive.


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In a time of crisis, and with a lifetime of geography residing within, the punctuated spaces of Requisite reveal the interior narratives of a collapsing world. We learn resistance: To not dismiss ourselves from the story unfolding before us. Instead, we must follow the quietness that encompasses—that has been seeking our attention all along—as we acknowledge the ecology of In a time of crisis, and with a lifetime of geography residing within, the punctuated spaces of Requisite reveal the interior narratives of a collapsing world. We learn resistance: To not dismiss ourselves from the story unfolding before us. Instead, we must follow the quietness that encompasses—that has been seeking our attention all along—as we acknowledge the ecology of events, within and without, that we must reconcile to survive.

16 review for Requisite

  1. 4 out of 5

    Barton Smock

    Does silence ever notice the quiet? Can doom move the past? Are we, by listening, able to pose our ask into a speaking that might enter unheard the conversation so lovingly and urgently remembered in Tanya Holtland’s Requisite? What language, what ghostly origin, what presence. With unassigned awareness, and while swallowing the clinical eye of attention, Holtland knows to talk underwater about distance and to use both our archival futures and communal isolations to render a spiritual economy of Does silence ever notice the quiet? Can doom move the past? Are we, by listening, able to pose our ask into a speaking that might enter unheard the conversation so lovingly and urgently remembered in Tanya Holtland’s Requisite? What language, what ghostly origin, what presence. With unassigned awareness, and while swallowing the clinical eye of attention, Holtland knows to talk underwater about distance and to use both our archival futures and communal isolations to render a spiritual economy of verse enough for us to picture multiple ecologies from the vantage point of some same animal with the ability to wonder secretly which four shapes will be on the test. And what of those stills of misplaced exits that were slipped into the water-damaged photo album of an escape artist, and what of our walking, and what of our inaction? Whether one scores the self with the informed angels of chorus or notes loneliness by the marked angel of solo, here, in all its local holiness, is a needed response to being made from the call.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Greg Bem

    Tanya Holtland's first full length book dives deep into the textures of spiritual ecology through four distinct but inseparable sequences of sparse verse that sit like crystals on the page. Each passage is concerned with potential and actual transformation, and the subtle indistinctions between. A powerful foray in our age of climate crises, where we each have a river to know, filled with stories to create. Tanya Holtland's first full length book dives deep into the textures of spiritual ecology through four distinct but inseparable sequences of sparse verse that sit like crystals on the page. Each passage is concerned with potential and actual transformation, and the subtle indistinctions between. A powerful foray in our age of climate crises, where we each have a river to know, filled with stories to create.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Marissa

    A gem.

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