The next Other Room takes place on August 13th at The Castle in Manchester and starts at 7pm: see the middle panel for more. Readers are Gareth Twose, Alison Gibb and M J Weller. Hope to see you there.
For the final Issue of 2014, Issue 61, filling Station is looking for collaborative works of Poetry, Fiction, Non Fiction & Visual Art. Acknowledging the innately experimental quality of text produced cooperatively, fS is seeking innovative work both produced through collaboration and on/about collaboration. Submissions might include, for example, work produced through a partnership of two, the collaborative efforts of an entire community, or work produced through specific techniques, like collage, cut-up, erasure and constraint. fS would also like to see manifestos, essays, interviews and articles on – or written through the process of – collaboration, as well as reviews on recent works of collaborative writing and art.
Junction Box 6
Is Now Live
Peter Finch: Asheville
John Goodby: Translations from Pierre Reverdy
Steve Boyland interviewed by Scott Thurston
David Rees Davies: Human/Nature
Rhian Bubear: RS Thomas: ‘The Echoes Return Slow’ as a poet’s autobiography
Frances Presley: Dancing the Five Rhythms with Scott Thurston
Chris Paul: The Bosch Collective
Ric Hool: Last Fair Deal Gone Down
Chris Vine: Notes from Brazil
Wu Fusheng and Graham Hartill: Translating Chinese Poetry
John Freeman: Holiday Reading
TO SEE JUNCTION BOX 6, CLICK HERE: glasfrynproject.org.uk/w/category/junction-box/
The latest issue of the Journal of British and Irish Poetry is now out, featuring articles on Tambimuttu (Matt Chambers), J.H. Prynne and The English Intelligencer (Ryan Dobran), Ian Hamilton Finlay and Thomas A. Clark (Ross Hair) and Denise Riley (Samuel Solomon). The issue also features conference reports on the Allen Fisher symposium @ Northumbria (SL Mendoza), Literary Collaboration @ Edge Hill (Tom Jenks) and Nomadic Poetics @ Bangor (Steven Hitchens). The reviews section covers The Salt Companion to Maggie O’Sullivan (Joanne Ashcroft), An Andrew Crozier Reader (Alex Latter) and The Ground Aslant (James Wilkes). More here.
The next Other Room takes place on August 13th at The Castle in Manchester and starts at 7pm: see the middle panel for more. Readers are Gareth Twose, Alison Gibb and M J Weller.
Here’s a preview – part nine of his sequence Top Ten Tyres Ltd published by Red Ceilings Press
Did prehistoric man have bone-music discos?
Saturday night femur? The funk-fracturing
of tibia and fibula in the caves of mutually
assured destruction, musical marathons
alternating blisters and bliss in the hard minutes
that follow the clinical cosh. The ear-y discharge
of erotic heat always with a potential for disaster.
Vital that the patient keeps the leg elevated
and doesn’t let it dangle, grinding down
the debts, low and slow, with iceflame austerity.