Tag Archives: Clark Ashton Smith

Dehydrating the Narrative

I think of my seven/fourteen tweet pieces and those of my colleagues in Chimera Group such as George Szirtes or James Knight, or the tweet series of Jeff Noon, or his group Echovirus12, not so much as prose poems as … Continue reading

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PsychoGeoFerry Fyve

(As part of the effort to make sense of not making sense which, without meaning it to, became my resolution at some point during the most recent spate of Daft Days, I think I should post the five pieces I’ve … Continue reading

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Blurbalicious

The art of the poetry blurb is such a particular thing, and, as I’m asked to perform it with increasing frequency, I find myself wondering whether or not I do so from a sufficiently principled stance. Below are the most … Continue reading

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Dark Whimsy

(A post that started months ago as I realised my creative attention had moved for the time being toward something between the poem and the prose poem. These pieces arose from my engagement with social media rather than the conventional … Continue reading

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