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Stephen Emmerson’s Family Portraits on Steven Fowler’s 3 am top reads list

14 Dec

Good times for Stephen Emmerson’s Family Portraits which is if p then q’s first venture into hardback books.

Emmerson is criminally underrated, he should be seen as a major, pioneering figure of the British avant garde and his work from publisher If P Then Q furthers that reputation. It’s a gesture in a book, an austere refusal of the indulgent lyric.

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Family Portraits is HERE

Steven Fowler’s books of the year at 3 am magazine

13 Dec

S J Fowler gives the thumbs ups to Peter Jaeger’s A Field Guide to Lost Things over at 3 am magazine.

Clever, resonant and profound, as all of Peter Jaeger’s works are, a fine example of the possibilities of contextual, process-orientated thinking getting to the heart of contemporary poetry.

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