About : The Tongue Conceals Time uses randomly grouped words and phrases from print and electronic media to create poems that celebrate the hints of chaotic beauty found in happenstance associations. The poems and tales embrace absurdism as well as the emergence of patterns and structures in seemingly dissociated material.
Published February 2009
Historian and poet Shae Davidson currently serves as a member of the Creative Synthesis Collaborative, and has worked as an instructor, researcher, and museum director. His prior publications include historical essays, reviews, and policy analysis; his poetry has appeared in journals in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States.