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Long Poem Magazine Launch: Issue 10

It was a privilege to read this week at the Barbican Library last Wednesday, October 23rd, as part of the launch of Long Poem Magazine Issue 10, and I offer me sincerest gratitude to the editors, Linda Black and Lucy … Continue reading

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Animated Poem, “Trrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr”

(Click on the “Trr” above to begin!) Experimenting with GIMP as an animation composer. This is an animated version of a poem that was first published in ‘ditch’ last year: http://www.ditchpoetry.com/lisamansell.htm I’m still learning its features, and this is a first … Continue reading

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Indent #2 End of Submission Call

We’ve closed our submission window for the 2013 issue, and we expect to publish in print and e-book at the end of June,  in time to be launched at Staffordshire Fringe Festival (which runs parallel to the Fine Art Degree … Continue reading

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Indent 02

It is with ferocious excitement that we (L Mansell and P Houghton) announce the opening of submissions for issue #2 of Indent. Following an exquisitely dark, velvety first edition, we hope for high quality, international examples ( no, specimens) of volcanic prose & … Continue reading

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Browsing & Imagination

I sometimes browse the shelves, at midnight, in Keele University library.  The current journals are my particular rummage-worthy favourite, despite the recent diminution in their print stock (relegated now to just one wall of clear Perspex shelving) and the abandonment … Continue reading

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Indent Vol. 2: Call for Submissions.

Call for submissions vol 2: -Indent The new international annual journal for prose & poetry: READING WINDOW: DECEMBER 1, 2012 – JANUARY 31, 2013 We are looking for work that is evocative and provocative: bold, original, innovative writing, fresh as … Continue reading

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Music To Not Write Home To

Commas & Colons Magazine has launched, and I am fantastically excited to be included. You can see my poem, beautifully illustrated by Sam Parr, here. Magazine Front Page & Contents. I am captivated by the interaction between image and text in this … Continue reading

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Indent 01

Indent 01 has arrived from the printers at last. These beautiful rust-jacketed volumes showcase 135 generous pages of new writing from within and without the walls of Staffordshire University. Salty realism and eclectic surrealism are woven through this collection from … Continue reading

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Commas&Colons

I have a new poem coming soon to Commas&Colons Magazine. This is a new magazine and I am delighted to be part of its inaugural issue. It is always thrilling to enter new projects and take a few risks. I submitted largely … Continue reading

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Ecopoems 3: Installation

On June 19th 2012, I exhibited the first stage of the ecopoems as an installation at the Spode China Halls in Stoke-on-Trent.  The China Hall is part of the now abandoned Spodeware factory; its chalky dust-rippled space is cavernous in … Continue reading

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