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In HEADLINES, John Crouse's chancy motion measure allows all sorts of rolling specifics to place and pace themselves. The plot builds and recedes in layers, like bricks, or sand, townhouses, or dictionary entries...He's on to something, tremendous, jarringly appealing -- Elizabeth Treadwell. Each word in John Crouse's Headlines is capitalized so that they are sensual, alone, blowholes--one word many things--or as he says 'Comprehensive Azures Contiguous Stacks Floating.' It's as if one's reading of it is an alphabet that changes experiencing: 'I Saw Me Backward Yesterday. Have It Float'-- Leslie Scalapino.