Saturday, 30 April 2016

Wednesday, 2 March 2016

Visual Poetry Exhibition, Argentina

Here's a short video of the visual poetry exhibition I'm involved in. It looks like a glorious setting, in a museum/library complex in Argentina. You see one of mine being pinned to the window at 25 seconds; the other you'll find in the last pan out of the whole window as the very bottom image, slightly left of centre. Thanks Omar Omar and Ana Verónica Suárez. Great stuff!

Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Arcturian Punctuation

This is my sister modelling my new book. It’s called Arcturian Punctuation and is available from Xexoxial Editions at a very reasonable price. Non US residents are advised to buy from Amazon. There’s a link at the bottom of the Xexoxial sales page. I’m so delighted by it, and very grateful to mIEKAL aND for publishing it -

Saturday, 30 January 2016

Otoliths 40

Just for a change, I have a verse poem published at Otoliths, followed by ten visual poems which you might need to click on to view properly. Otoliths is always a great mix of poetics.

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Arcturian Punctuation

I think it's safe to announce my new book. Yea! A book of visual poetry about Arcturian consciousness. Huh? Yes, Arcturian it and see! Gonna plug this some more when I get my copies through from mIEKAL aND. In the meantime, buyers outside the US are advised to purchase via Amazon. There's a link at the bottom. BTW / this sales page is worth it just for Gary Barwin's blurb alone.

More photos to follow hopefully.

Friday, 15 January 2016

Zoomoozophone Review

Very delighted to have work in this excellent journal of asemic writing alongside some great writers and artists. Thanks to Matt Margo.

Friday, 25 December 2015

Sunday, 6 December 2015

The Curly Mind

An absolute bonanza of poetry at Reuben Woolley's new blogzine, The Curly Mind. Click on the link, then type my name in the Search Poets/Poems bar to the right. I have three contributions. Hope you like them, and thanks Reuben:

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Thorn Corners Review at Leafe Press

In depth and insightful review of my book Thorn Corners, placing it between minimalism and vispo. Quite a scholarly approach, much appreciated. Thanks to Litter Magazine and John Mingay.