Bruno Neiva: Dough

‘The minimisation of structure mushrooms the crown crush of these poetical asides by the singular Portuguese avant gardist bruno neiva. The murderous accuracy that laser guiding systems clearly possess, but are not trained to employ, emanates from this taut, surgical work. It is a satire, a corrosive against double speak & offalous officialdom, with all the intensity of a brilliant visual poet taking to a more lyrical lingual poesis.’ SJ Fowler.

Out now on erbacce.

Stephen Nelson: Thorn Corners

Thorn Corners

 

Stephen Nelson is a Scottish poet who works in a variety of forms, from free verse to Vispo. Previous titles include Lunar Poems for New Religions (Knives, Forks and Spoons Press), Flylyght (KFS Press), Eye Jar (Red Ceilings Press), YesYesY (Little Red Leaves Textile Series), and two chapbooks of visual poetry. His work has appeared in a number of magazines and been exhibited globally, and recently featured in The Sunday Times Poet’s Corner. He was also a contributor to The Last Vispo Anthology (Fantagraphics Books). Born in 1970, he lives in the sky near Glasgow.

Out now on Erbacce.