Saul Williams (The Liberator Magazine 4.1) reads excerpts from his book, "S/HE", a collection of interconnected poems on intimacy, human interaction, loneliness and vulnerability. Some limited text is available here. It doesn't come across as angst-ridden as one reviewer pointed out, just honest and likely familiar to some. Saul speaks to the undercurrents, the afterthoughts, the periphery; yet, I have surmised that it is by life's margins and "edges" that the heart of matters are defined. A taste: "I write in red ink that turns blue when the book closes..."