I’m so proud to have work in the latest issue of Tentacular Magazine, which offers a wonderful mixture of poetry, art, and articles.
Collage using paper and digital techniques. Images from a contemporary fashion magazine, Wood and Sowerby (1859) The common objects of the sea shore : including hints for an aquarium and an amazing illustration showing the mouths of birds.
A paper theatre populated by a selection of imaginary deities, found text and iffy iambic pentameter.
Last four days.
Alternative title; ‘The Anatomy of Melancholy’, from the preface to Dame Juliana Berners Treatyse on Fysshynge wyth an Angle. Found text from Gaston Bachelard’s ‘The Poetics of Space’ (pp 138-139)
More experimentation with torn paper collage & animation for the next set of three. Only six more days of NaPo to go!
Playing around with analogue/digital and also how to make videos today for day 24 of #NaPoWriMo
And as #NaPoWriMo crawls, snail-like, towards the final stretch, here’s the third labyrinth, with some motifs from the first, and animated, because it’s Friday, and I can. I quite feel like visiting a grotto at the moment. With a picnic lunch, a cat, and a… Read more
Day 22 of NaPoWriMo and a second labyrinthine found poem (same source as before)
The start of a new set of three for #NaPoWriMo2021, and I’m exploring the idea of small people in dark, subterranean places. The poetry is found lines/words collaged from New Poems 1960 (Cronin, Silken and Tiller). Not quite a cento, though.