Wednesday, 24 November 2010

November 2010, 16:40

forkcatch curve-wave vibrative to bone framework, cult
bent to cover. to this
_________________ embedding / sun-rich escapade
granada _ & to ‘concern’ social function
murk yur west end tractors
______________________ / we/rent
_______________________________ deprived/trad./postcode/ial
by relm affordability: horseshit/uranium/familial; re-street quotidian

as the freedom of information act failed to demand a
supposed ‘transparency of normal speech’, it turns upon us to
__decolonize rhetoric & the wider sphere of language,
__syllable-by-syllable. we are to start with ‘radical’,‘fairness’,
__‘social’ & it’s derivatives, ‘rhetoric’, ‘free’ & words used in
justifying a notion;
there is now animal fat in the extinguishers; we have begun to bribe
__refuse collections;
we have deduced the frequencies of sound that enact violence on
__private property, we
are counting heads,


Monday, 8 November 2010


a quick round-up of the current autumnal:

Octet sees the light of day in print this week - via Veer Books, it'll be available at this weekend's Small Publishers Fair (at Conway Hall, Red Lion Sq, London). It consists of eight poems, of varying length, written between October '09 and August '010. It's apparently perfectly bound & everything. I'll also be reading some bits of it at the book fair early on Saturday evening. Thanks go out to Stephen Mooney & the rest of the Veer cohort.
There are bits & pieces & unrefined versions of the poems floating on this blog so click here for a peek. Slithers appear elsewhere - including Richard Barratt's new zine DEPARTMENT.

Also, Stephen Emmerson's BLART zine is live online, featuring lots of fine poets & some photopoemcollages I put together whilst falling asleep a few weekends back. The words were written in the second half of October & the photos taken on a late summer evening.