Hax , by F.C. (Punch Press: August 2011). “hackney delare’s WARR on tha City” (Sean Bonney, Black Water). In no ways handmade. Trade edition. 160 pages. $10.00 / c.£9.50 incl. P&P, available from Rich Owens’ Punch Press.
Cover photo: “Dalston Occupation” (intersection of Dalston Lane and Roseberry Place, Hackney) by Sean Bonney. The structures photographed have since been leveled for the construction of a railway station in advance of the 2012 Olympics.
See also: HAX blog.
We’ve all felt it swishing around in there, but have you ever wondered whether a brief notice of some recent publications:
Hi Zero 6, ed. Joe Luna, with poems from Samuel Solomon, Adam Weg, Ian Heames, Amy De’Ath, Justin Katko, Eric Linsker, Tom Bamford, Tim Atikins, Luke Roberts, Emily Critchley, Jeff Nagy and Richard Owens, plus a short note on Prynne and Stanley. £6 incl. P&P.
SCREE #3, ed. Lila Matsumoto, with words by Rodney Relax, Sandra Alland, Samantha Walton, Greg Thomas, Richie McCaffery, Ian Brand, Jim Ferguson, Lila Matsumoto & lila alleles, visual work by Greg Thomas, Alec Cheer, Graphic Surgery, nick-e melville, & music by The Douglas Firs, Field Mouse, Traps and Cages, iliop, Cheer, tomthenoisemonger, The Family Simpson. £3 incl. P&P.
Anything Anymore Anywhere 5, ed. Colin Herd & Reuben Sutton. Page not yet updated. Presumably featuring poems by Old Transmogrifyy Bolo, Tina Fey, David Starkey, Jeremy Hardingham, Bilbo Matters, Posie’s “Terminator” Sketch, Jakey Silks & Sons, Sheikh-Sheikh Lore Reeve, Mac Taylor (USMC), “Draven” & Ace & Viz & artwork by Greg Thomas, Susan & Darcus Howe, & Rebecca & Sirius Black. UPDATE: Apparently may at least contain Sandra Alland, Lila Matsumoto, Gareth Durasow, Stephen Emmerson, Tom Graham, Steven Fowler & Anatol Knotek, Michael Pederson, Darran Anderson, Kirsty Logan, Iain Britton.
Stephen Emmerson, Telegraphic Transmissions (Department Press). 77 pages, c.10.3p per page. Excerpts, PayPal.
Stephen Emmerson reading at The Other Room in February.
Collected Letters by Peter Hughes. 13.5 x 21 cm, 32 pages, 160 gsm pastel blue card cover, black endpapers, hand sewn with dark purple embroidery thread. ISBN 1 903090 53 9. Collected Letters is a sequence of 26 shaped poems. Peter Hughes, founder of Oystercatcher Press, is a poet, painter, publisher and musician. He has published over a dozen books of poetry including The Summer of Agios Dimitrios and Lynn Deeps. To obtain a copy please write to Wild Honey Press, 16a Ballyman Road, Bray, County Wicklow Ireland. Payment can be made in any amount to a charity of your choice. Cover image by Genevieve Healy.
origins of process by James Cummins. 13.5 x 21 cm, 16 pages, 160 gsm pastel green card cover, dark green endpapers, hand sewn with green embroidery thread. Printed in an edition of 100. ISBN 1 903090 52 0. origins of process is a poem in ten parts. Cover painting: “Melody Chambers 2″ by Allen Fisher, currently in the Eric Mottram Archive, King’s College, London. To obtain a copy please write to Wild Honey Press, 16a Ballyman Road, Bray, County Wicklow Ireland. Payment can be made in any amount to a charity of your choice. James Cummins studied perfomance writing at Dartington College of Arts. Based in Cork, he is currently one of the editors of Runamok Press and of the magazine Foma and Fontanelles.
If you get lost, Sad Press editors can point you right. Lines of undulating details to follow.
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The independent enquiry publishes her findings.
“Better Than Language brings together the work of thirteen young poets engaging with the broadest conceivable range of late modernist modes and strategies. Sometimes difficult but always enticing, the restlessly smart poems collected here offer a wide-open invitation to adventurous readers.”
Edited by Chris Goode. The poets represented are: SARAH KELLY | JONNY LIRON | FRANCESCA LISETTE | JOE LUNA | NAT RAHA | LINUS SLUG | JOSH STANLEY | TIMOTHY THORNTON | ANNA TICEHURST | JONTY TIPLADY | MIKE WALLACE-HADRILL | TOMAS WEBER | and STEVE WILLEY
Paperback 234x156mm: 253pp
Publication date: 25 July 2011
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