Forcing Change: Disruption, Transformation & the Poetic
Saturday, November 12th, 2016
11am – 4.30 pm
The event comprises two sessions, from 11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m, then from 2.00 p.m. onwards, followed by an open-ended discussion.
£12.00 (Concessions £10)
Contact: Lyndon Davies. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
** THE SAD PRESS SUMMER BUNDLE **
1. Karl M.V. Waugh, Obsessed by Proportions
2. Tom Jenks, An Anatomy of Melancholy
3. Anne-Laure Coxam, Toolbox Therapy
4. R.K., Killing the Cop in Your Head
5. Sally-Shakti Willow & Joe Evans, The Unfinished Dream
6. Eley Williams, Frit
Your friends are all telling you this is normal and fine and even a gesture of friendship but you’re not so sure. Anyway you may have them ALL for £30 (c.$1.07) including P&P at http://sadpress.wordpress.com, & they will be posted to you as they’re published between now and December.
Review copies of individual titles available on request. Or we’ll do you the bundle for 0.07 BTC or 3 Echos (http://economyofhours.com/
): get in touch & we’ll figure that out. We do also still have copies available of Jennifer Cooke’s Apocalypse Dreams
(£5 incl. P&P, http://sadpress.wordpress.com
), & back catalogue PDFs are available by donation (scroll down).
James Davies’ experiences of reading Robert Grenier’s Sentences in Bury’s Text Art Archive:
I don’t want to go into individual poems so much here as to explain the joy of reading Sentences as archived material, in the archive, and the processes of reading the poems in accordance with the way Sentences is catalogued. The copy of Sentences at Bury, “The Bury Sentences” as I now call it, is a like a “bootleg” record — just as cool as the original but with minor differences to interest the aficionado. I’ll explain why.
LINK for more.
The Other Room website has been running the whole duration we’ve been running our nights and has started to bulge and bulge. So we decided to do a bit of a spring clean in order to make it easier to navigate. We’ve also tidied up all those inevitable missed links which Mick Weller celebrates HERE.
If you’re old or new to the site have a look around our massive archive of blog/news posts, video archive from most of our readings, video and print interviews, book reviews, reviews of our events, poster archive and photos. Don’t forget of course to check out our upcoming events and annual anthology.
James, Scott & Tom
I’d say if you thought of Minimalism, Language Poetry and Conceptual Poetry you’d be coming to the right sort of place.
Pub Chat interview with if p then q at The Poetry School’s Campus website HERE
We are now accepting submissions for The Recluse 12! All work must be submitted via email to email@example.com with “Recluse” in the subject line. Please title your word file submission with your last name and the word “Recluse.”
The Recluse is published annually each Spring, and edited by the staff of The Poetry Project. For PDFs of past issues, visit our website. With issue 10, The Recluse moved from print to an online journal.
We suggest that people read an issue or two before submitting work! We are primarily interested in poetry and translations, but will consider other work as well.