The Knives, Forks & Spoons Press published the liberation of [placeholder], a combined poetry / photography book. Establishment will publish plein [A]. nthposition will publish an engineering rush (iv). The Stinging Fly will publish plein [Q] as market square. Upstairs at Duroc will publish wild justice (i).
Blue & Yellow Dog published big town blues (i), and big town blues (viii) in print. Ditch published big town blues (xx). nthposition published big town blues (xi). Symmetry Pebbles published plein [B] (i). Sunfish published out & parijs from big town blues (xxii). upstart.ie shewed ierland is geen belgië (i), macport (iv), big town blues (v) :: vingt cinq ans and armchair firefighting (xii) in Dublin during the Irish General Election (see Unkie Dave’s photos of the project). Upstairs at Duroc published an engineering rush (v) :: (i) & (iii).
The Knives, Forks & Spoons Press published the smoke, a poetry / photography chapbook. Blue & Yellow Dog published big town blues (viii) online, e ratio published big town blues (ix), Post-II published the prevarication of flowers, and Sunfish have published big town blues (xiv). The Soul Feathers anthology, which is raising funds for MacMillan Nurses who helped my mother in her final illness, are publishing The Queen of Santa Fe. Issue Zero published skelet centraal.
wurm press published antwerp. Parameter Magazine (RIP) published autumn and swan.
Wurm Press published Europe, a chapbook. I’m part of the Wurm Press project. Meri von Kleinsmid used Water :: The Anger of Water in a small corner of her piece Wu Xing, transmitted in Framework on Resonance FM on December 7th. It’s on the Framework podcast. Devon Garde’s album flock state is available on iTunes, emusic, and other online stores. This is a remastered version of the free version here. I presented poetry with processed photography at the Electronic Literature in Europe conference in Bergen.
Parameter Magazine published final tv big. C++ is published in On Literature and Science, edited by Philip Coleman, published by Four Courts Press, Dublin, ISBN 978-1-84682-071-7.
I gave a recital at the Cambridge Conference of Contemporary Poetry. The programme published tension nitro ego and easter sunday. Words–Myth published from Sappho. Great Works published tin rush.
Did Krax publish Cheese And Onion Sandwiches and Of Caroline? I foolishly lost contact with them.
Great Works published discard. Envoi published part of Hymnen. Great Works published glist. First Time published Lost Sanctuary. Never Bury Poetry published an engineering rush (i) :: homework, The Joy Of Tax and Tring. Orbis published At Buckfast Abbey. Scrawl 7 published chase chase Scrawl 9 published oh dear what a pity there there and watch the desire of love to exist. Exile published england corrupted.
Borderlines published New Year’s Eves. Did Dial 174 publish A Horrible Day, The Queen Of Santa Fe, Sharp, I Saw A Sleek Seduction, and A Well–Kept Pint of Burton? First Time published Sunlit Gloom. Envoi published Regrow :: Father, :: Son and :: Program. Never Bury Poetry published shrines, Guinness and ici, pour les enfants. Subverse published harvest. Page 84 published Too Fast To Stop and The Trumpet Blown in the Whether Or Not Edition (April). Inclement published It’s My Hands and I Don’t Visit My Mother’s Grave. Equinox published The Pub Quiz League. Black Rose published Touching Each Desire With Happy Jokes. Iota published Leicester Square. Moonstone published Scenes From A Blackpool Conference: Dog Sea.
The final edition of Breathe published Darmstadt (the second poem I wrote). Black Rose published My Difficulty With Melancholy (13). Never Bury Poetry published Chance Is Such A Scornful God (Summer) and M6 (Winter). Subverse published Her Catching Eyes (Spring), Intruder Alert and We, The Fell (Autumn).
Cambridge Poetry Newsletter published Regrow :: Son (as “... regrow ...”). Island (the Scottish one) published An Ode To The A14 and Fenland Sketch (6).
The Citroënian (the Citroën Car Club Magazine) published Doris’s Day Out.
Broadside published These Words, They Were Not Said, Bob Geldof ... (as “Bob Geldof”), and Chopin and the Chilli Wars.
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