Archive | June, 2014

Stephen Emmerson’s Poetry Wholes are sold out but available to use at these two libraries

7 Jun

There were only 11 copies of Stephen Emmerson’s Poetry Wholes made. Two find good homes in libraries. If you’d like to use them but were unable to purchase here they are: The Poetry Library London (UK) and Buffalo Special Collections (USA).

Click HERE for more on the project.

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Yet another review of Epigraphs!

1 Jun

Chrissy Williams’ if p then q publication Epigraphs gets another review. This time by Francesca Shaw at Dead Ink.

As an editor, Williams has a duty to the intentions of the writer as well as to the reader’s experience. Putting herself in the driver’s seat, she has freed herself of this obligation. Though the words are not her own, her poetic voice is remarkably strong. She constructs meaning and communicates with the reader through the clever linear arrangement of quotations from works belonging to a mix of time periods, moods and genres; we can skip from Confucius to Shaun of the Dead and it just works.

Read more HERE

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