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North-West to Singapore

Found poetry from “Main Fleet to Singapore” (Russell Grenfell), a colonial-age text that I’m trying to re-make, using the word Singapore without writing ‘about’ Singapore, in response to this competition brief.

It’s following a similar method to the fairytale poems from earlier, but using more material methods rather than photoshop.

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Sarah-Jane is an educator at Hereford College of Arts and a postgraduate researcher at Birmingham City University. Her poetry can be read in various journals, including the Muddy River Poetry Review, the Wales Haiku Journal, The Inflectionist Review and Black Bough Poetry's Deep Time Two Anthology. She was shortlisted for the Haiku Foundation's Touchstone Award in April 2020.

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