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the Periodical issue 17

February 27th, 2014 No Comments

Whisker returns with its third issue under the increasingly assured editorial helm of Hazem Tagiuri. Featuring new work by Joani Reese, FMJ Botham, Kylie Grant, Alex Howard and Hazem himself, its a rich stew that transports the reader to deftly delineated imaginary worlds built of words, impressions and feelings. From Hazem’s introduction, “Three dots. Three […]

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the Periodical Issue 4

January 28th, 2013 No Comments

Hard on the heels of the Periodical issue 3 we’re excited to announce what’s in this month’s package; The first publication is Whisker #1, edited and published by our very own Hazem Tagiuri, author of many a post here. Whisker is a pocket-sized literary magazine that showcases new poetry and short fiction, often from previously […]

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‘The Beast’ – An animated interactive poem

January 4th, 2012 No Comments

Hello again, welcome back. A little treat to spur on 2012 now, with an animated interactive poem by agency Studio Juice, written by singer Laura Marling and illustrated by artist collective Shynola, entitled The Beast. Taken from the song of the same name, from her latest album A Creature I Don’t Know, it describes the […]

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Diffusion Archive Highlight: Pharmaceutical Cubes by Kenneth Goldsmith

July 8th, 2011 No Comments

Kenneth Goldsmith, poet and founder of UbuWeb, created this series of six StoryCubes, each inscribed with the side effects of a certain prescription drug. The text is rendered in illegible 1-point type, so that the words become texture – some resembling the grooves in a vinyl record, another a peculiar lilac coloured static noise. Kenneth […]

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Stop Sharpening Your Knives

July 6th, 2011 No Comments

An anthology series of poetry and illustration, Stop Sharpening Your Knives has been around for a good few years, and is currently accepting submissions for its 5th edition. I had the good fortune to hear a performance by one of its editors, poet Jack Underwood, at the launch night of the London Word Festival a […]

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