27 October – 28 October, University of Glasgow University Avenue, Glasgow, G12 8QQ .
The first symposium dedicated to Peter Manson’s work, a carnival of epistemophilia, pareidolia and paranoia, deciphering and decoding, as we reckon with the Manson panoply. An evening of poetry (27/10) by poets, friends and accomplices, including Linus Slug, Nat Raha, Nick-e Melville, Jow Lindsay, Sarah Hayden and Holly Pester, precedes the symposium (28/10), which closes with a reading by Peter Manson.
Please send abstracts of c.250 words to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 31st May, 2017. Full details here.
Red Ceilings Press publishes contemporary poetry in the form of limited edition chapbooks and free ebooks. Submissions are now open. More here.
Selected Poems 1988-2016 focuses on Alan Halsey’s longer poems from the period and brings together the previously scattered sequences Ars Poetica, Tracks & Tracts of the Lizopard, A Looking-Glass for Logoclasts and Latin for Today: The Sequel. It includes some revised and expanded texts such as the John Dee libretto Loagaeth alongside poems written since Rampant Inertia, published by Shearsman in 2014.
Voting closes on 30th April, giving you a week to vote, here. Includes nominations for zimZalla in the Most Innovative Publisher category and Emma Hammond’s Waves on a Boring Beach in the Best Pamphlet category.
A text and image collaboration between Catherine Vidler and Tom Jenks, available now as a free PDF, here.
Phonica: Five features six exciting acts from Ireland, Spain and Iceland presenting a blend of songwriting and sound improvisation; poetry incorporating architecture and design; ‘musique concrète’; translation; poetry and audiovisual art; cello and electronics; and subversions of the expectations around spoken word performance.
is a primarily poetry and music series with an emphasis on multiformity and the experimental. Conceived, programmed and hosted since early 2016 by Christodoulos Makris
and Olesya Zdorovetska, Phonica
aims to explore compositional and performative ideas and to encourage a melting pot of audiences and artists from across artforms.