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Robert Adamson on the Radio

Flood Editions will be publishing the Australian poet Robert Adamson’s new book, Net Needle, in early 2015. As Michael Palmer observes, “Eye and ear, none better.” In the meanwhile, listen to a wonderful radio broadcast with Adamson reading poems and talking of music, nature, the Hawkesbury River, Robert Duncan, and much else, here (push “download audio”).


Some reminders & updates: I’m at Totleigh Barton on Thursday (23rd Oct) to read for my supper at Liz Jensen & Simon Ings’ SF course; Birmingham Library on the 30th October, to remember Joel Lane & read from SALT’s… 274 more words

Forthcoming Work

"The Way to Swann's House"

“Perhaps it was on just such an impossible journey that I had come to Illiers-Combray, I thought, turning slowly to take in the objects of Proust’s bedroom. 104 more words

Travel Writing

"The Interior Sidewalks of Mexico City"

“Reading Francisco Goldman’s The Interior Circuit and Valeria Luiselli’s Sidewalks is like driving down the same highway twice, but in different vehicles. The similarities between their work is striking, and when the two drivers are placed in conversation with one another—their passages juxtaposed, sentences overlaid—like magic, a rich narrative emerges, the story of a place. 52 more words

Book Review

Fairy Wren Cover Art

So damn happy with this cover!

Check out more of Rebekah’s awesome work at here at vividcovers – Rebekah both painted and designed the cover for The Fairy Wren.

Ashley Capes

The Future of the Abortion Law, House of Commons, London, UK, 16 October 2014

What? The Future of the Abortion Law discussion

Where? Committee Room 15 of the House of Commons, Westminster, London SW1A 0AA (map of parliament… 486 more words


another little taste

Annie Swann had other clients. He never saw anything of them–although he once found a yellow plastic bag of CDs that she said someone must have left under a chair–except at the regular mass seance, which took place in the evening on the second Tuesday of every month.

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Forthcoming Work