Peter Jaeger’s Field Guide to Lost Things has made the longlist for the Guardian’s Not the Booker Prize. Help it make the short list by voting for it. If you’ve not read a copy yet or have just seen a performance find out more and read a sample at if p then q.
Peter Jaeger’s recent 3 hour, non-stop, durational reading of his A Field Guide to Lost Things at The Hardy Tree Gallery, Kings Cross
About the book
Stephen Emmerson’s Family Portraits is a series of blank canvases which ask the reader to fill in the blank(s) or leave the canvas just the way they see it. The book includes 9 portraits of each of the following types: Father, Mother, Brother, Sister, Son, Daughter, Lover, Self-Portrait. The book also contains 8 lactose pills which can be taken to help see the portraits. Family Portraits is published as a lush hardback edition.
About the author
Stephen Emmerson’s publications include: ‘A never ending poem… (Zimzalla), Telegraphic Transcriptions (Dept Press / Stranger Press), No Ideas but in Things (Dark Windows Press), Albion (Like This Press), The Last Ward (Very Small Kitchen), Pharmacopoetics,(Apple Pie Editions) Stephen Emmerson’s Poetry Wholes (If P then Q), All my Pornography (The Red Ceilings), and Comfortable Knives (KFS).