Bolshevik Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov’s preferred soup was:
how many times in how many years?
were we mad?
the motive tabled to ourselves
evolved but came not to be understood
not by me, not by you
not by anyone Continue reading “make up break up”
how did we get them
we had no rules at the beginning
we were on fire, back then
six months on they swept through
ever so effectively
killing bright lights we’d lit Continue reading “the introduction of rules”
drama, always drama
you said of me
and illness too
always ill from something
in kilter with
a shortening of your tolerance Continue reading “always drama”
you came by to collect something
something you’d left behind
I’d left it, you said,
because it was broken
but now you had an idea
you could mend it Continue reading “you came by”
So, Evans City, film set for the classic horror film Night of the Living Dead. October 2018, Evans City host a Living Dead Weekend festival. The local library is hosting a mail art show, honouring movies that keep us awake at night. Deadline, October 1st 2018. Continue reading “LIVING DEAD WEEKEND (festival)”
So I knew Su, we were kinda friends. We’d met as members of a group of people who got together in a cafe twice a month. We were writers, we weren’t professional, fully fledged writers, but Su and I were two people writing stories and poems who sometimes thought to compare ourselves to writers. With a view to help bolster this belief, we attended a collective of like-minded folk. Continue reading “Su, ‘nam, me.”
Promoted by the New York Boyer Foundation, inviting anyone to participate in an international art exhibition.
Exhibition runs through November 2018 at the New York Public Library Hudson Park Branch.
The theme and media are open/free, dimensions, maximum size 8.5″x11″ (22cm x 28cm). Continue reading “NEW YORK – BIG APPLE IV: MAIL ART SHOW”
the sound of the A40,
off-white noise. Continue reading “A40 Trunk Road”