In David Kjellin's 'Speak', speech bubbles have a life, and a language, of their own. In these 20 poems they seem to coalesce, mingle, attract and repel each other in perplexing and sometimes funny ways.
Kjellin: "How does speak speak, and what would it speak if it spoke?
One common way to illustrate speaking is the speech bubble, which is also commonly available as a tool in word processors. Speech bubbles could perhaps then be considered a form of writing, an alphabet consisting of only three letters: round speech bubble, square speech bubble and thought bubble?
So this is really just writing (speaking)."
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