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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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Ecopoems 2

When I started the ecopoetry project last month, my hypothesis was that the paper would be eroded and thus the text redacted by insects, weather and bird-pecks. Having collected a sample of the texts that were scattered, I have observed … Continue reading

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Microblackouts

I have deviated somewhat from editing my ‘proper academic article’. The allure of the marker pen can have generative poetic qualities, not to mention a nice, addictive smell. (I am sure marker pens must be non-toxic, tight?)   Inspired by Austin Kleon, … Continue reading

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