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Auto offers childhood joy or play, a contemporary view of the writer writing the text, a self-quotation now contextualised as a moment of the writer’s past writing life, or one of the many moments (delightful, passionate, or terrifying) of a life once lived in a more than usually bohemian manner.
Armed only with a notebook and a handheld global positioning device, McKenzie Wark tracks the secret passage of free time and free thought through the spaces of an everyday life lived increasingly in the shadow of the satellites.
records one writer’s experience of art and everyday life while struggling to be at home in a world of global commerce and surveillance.
proposes a joyous but pragmatic anarchy of thought and writing as the antidote to the discipline that states and markets alike impose on knowledge and culture.
Earn Your Milk,
Earn Your Milk
contains all the uncollected prose works of Tom Raworth, gathering together Letters from Yaddo, The Vein and Letter to Martin Stannard with his uncategorizable prose-work A Serial Biography, an extraordinary assembly memoir and reportage. This invaluable collection now makes widely available work which was previously hard to obtain or long out of print, it will delight fans as well as general readers wanting to discover more about one of the UK’s most widely-celebrated poets.
pays homage to the poets of small press poetry publishing, including poets of the British, American, and Irish avant-garde, while tracking the events of the author’s year on leave from university work.
Shop Girl Diaries,
Shop Girl Diaries
are the scribblings of Emily, a 24 year old would be writer, working in her Mum’s chandelier shop in south east London. Her large following of quirky customers provides ample fuel for her hilarious diary; alongside which she tells of her own adventures and unfolding romance.
"With startling frankness, Under Albany lifts each 'new sentence' of Silliman’s Albany to show us what's underneath. The resulting paragraphs are glimpses not only into Silliman's history, but into that of our times. Each is a sensitive seismograph reconding shocks of social struggle." –Rae Armantrout
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