Wordless

Wordless Then we were cast off The dark was asleep The sea was nothing but darkness and so were we Death and Selfhood Bowler and Mask I was bowled over by this brilliant intriguing conversation of photographs

  • Title: Wordless
  • Author: Kevin Reid George Szirtes
  • ISBN: 9781909443259
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Paperback
  • Then we were cast off The dark was asleep.The sea was nothing but darkness and so were we Death and Selfhood Bowler and Mask I was bowled over by this brilliant, intriguing conversation of photographs and short poems in the guise of the seaside Mutoscope This is the essential What the Butler Dreamed collection Frame by frame, from Absence of Doubt to Asking the Ques Then we were cast off The dark was asleep.The sea was nothing but darkness and so were we Death and Selfhood Bowler and Mask I was bowled over by this brilliant, intriguing conversation of photographs and short poems in the guise of the seaside Mutoscope This is the essential What the Butler Dreamed collection Frame by frame, from Absence of Doubt to Asking the Question, we follow the adventures of our two characters, and in doing so, discovering something novel and revealing about ourselves John Glenday

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    About "Kevin Reid George Szirtes"

    1. Kevin Reid George Szirtes

      Kevin Reid lives and works as a librarian in Angus, Scotland He studied English Literature at the University of Dundee Back in the 90s he spent some time living in a tipi community in the southern Spanish mountains, which led to visionary encounters in peyote ceremonies After a brief spell of teacher training he chose to study librarianship He has a key role in organising Scotland s longest running teenage book award His poetry has appeared in various publications, such as, Pushing Out the Boat, Scottish Poetry Review, heavy bear, The Recusant, and Counterexample Poetics His first chapbook, Body Voices, was published in 2013 by Crisis Chronicles Press.

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    1. I feel like it's cheating to give this book a review. Or even to call it a book. Yet it's a bit grand to call it an 'experience'. It's more just something that's happened. In fact I'm not sure it's even happened. It's just sped past, leaving nothing really to grasp onto, except something faint, like a smell.This photo-poem book wasn't on until I added it, and there's probably a fair reason for that. I found it in an obscure place in The Book Hive in Norwich, where it looked a little like someon [...]


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