I’ve decided to give up the good sense of doubting my poetry. Each poem comes from its own time, says what it wants to say. The poems can be improved, might be improved, but they’re not that bad. I think they’re better than a lot of stuff on the net, but then I would say that, wouldn’t I.

So, in this dubious confidence, I’ve produced these electronic chapbooks. You can download individual chapbooks from its page, or download them all.

the dead cat blues 20.0v (24pp) • bremen 20.0u (24pp) • autumn 20.0t (24pp) • mechelen 20.0s (24pp) • dye–de–ho 20.0r (24pp) • antwerp 20.0q (24pp) • tension nitro ego 20.0p (28pp) • 20.0o church is dangerous vital (24pp) • 20.0n tin rush (24pp) • 20.0m the A rush (20pp) • 20.0k an engineering rush (ii) (20pp) • 20.0l Miss Demeanour (28pp) • 20.0j flock state (28pp) • 20.0i be infinity (28pp) • 20.0h Namings (24pp) • 20.0g nation six dog (28pp) • 20.0f uncivil law (40pp) • 20.0e glist & discard (24pp) • 20.0d chase chase (24pp) • 20.0c an engineering rush (i) (28pp) • 20.0b … a much for we … (28pp) • 20.0a The Joy Of Tax (28pp) • 19.9c Inn (24pp) • 19.9b Swoop (24pp) • 19.9a An Ode To The A14 (24pp) • 19.8c Rose (28pp) • 19.8b Hymnen (20pp) • 19.8a Darmstadt (28pp) • zip of chapbooks

These volumes are copyleft, under the Creative Commons Attribution–Noncommercial–Share Alike 2.0 Belgium (also in Dutch, French or German, of course). You’re welcome to download and browse, amend and scrub, print and distribute, my work, subject to that licence.

All my chapbooks are draft. Some are more draft than others.

Statue in gardens in fog

this archive is hosted by arts & ego
© 1978–2024 dylan harris   some rights reserved