My poem, Head IV, has been published on the Disingenuous Twaddle blog. It appears as one of six pieces to be included in issue one of the online art journal, run by a couple students from Royal Holloway university. It is quite an old poem and was included within the zine The Pope’s Head Exploded, which was published by the Dans Le Matin collective a while ago.
Short edit of a documentary made about one of my projects, by Fiona Allison. Called Never Again, the project was based upon using collages of historical photographs to redecorate redundant space withing the town of Egham. Also documented with photographs by myself and references from local history books, the project was collected into a one off booklet/dvd format. There were five pastings in total, three of which can be seen here. I may be printing some of the booklets into A5 size sometime soon.
Just found this picture on a blog called Jiraffe. It’s from Brighton Zinefest and is a neat little depiction of the Dead Trees And Dye stall. You can see Owen’s zine Salutations and then peaking out of his mega A4 photofest, P.S – Pozdrowienia. The covers to both zines were designed by Matthew Walkerdine. And you should read the other posts or look to the right for links, ‘cos I can’t keep URLing my bros in every post. Instead, go here. The Jiraffe blog is pretty neat and the zine that was apparently made in half a day looks ace. HOLLA!
Fiona Allison and myself performing P.S – Pozdrowienia at Midnight At The Boilerhouse, Royal Holloway, tuesday 23rd february. Words by me, music by us. Filmed by our man Kris and uploaded by Fiona!
My housemates Kris and Lucy have started a new creative writing blog, it’s called (This Is) Disingenuous Twaddle and it’s right here.
Tomorrow Fiona and I will be performing P.S – Pozdrowienia again. We’ll be reading/playing at The Boilerhouse, a bi annual event that showcases new writing at Royal Holloway University. We did the first performance at Brighton Zinefest at the weekend, a stripped down version that consited of my voice and Fiona’s violin. For The Boilerhouse we’re bringing the full line up, which means we’ll be getting a little noisier. It starts at 8pm at the Boilerhouse (above) on RHUL campus. Should be fun.