Browsing Archive: June, 2012

All where each is now

Posted by Ken Edwards on Monday, June 11, 2012, In : writing 


An Andrew Crozier Reader is a highly unusual book. It's not quite a Collected Poems, but as good as. It brings back into print most if not all of Andrew Crozier's 1985 Allardyce, Barnett volume All Where Each Is, long unavailable – adding the few poems Crozier published since then, as well as a selection of his critical writings. The whole is arranged chronologically in nine sections, each prefaced with a short biographical introduction by the editor, Ian Brinton, and assorted ancillary tex...
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In Transit (again)

Posted by Ken Edwards on Thursday, June 7, 2012, In : Reality Street 
A reminder that Tony Baker's unjustly neglected book was published nearly eight years ago, shortly after the last time the event depicted on the cover happened. We hope it won't be another century before another book from Tony.




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Hello?

Posted by Ken Edwards on Monday, June 4, 2012, In : politics 
Hello, is there anybody out there?

Two days into the Great Compulsory National Rejoicing, and I am going out of my mind with boredom. The weather's terrible, nobody's emailed, nobody's called, nobody's buying Paul Brown's and Maggie O'Sullivan's terrific new books, and, since the heady rush of the launch week, nobody's buying or downloading the Moors' album. 

BBC4's Punk Britannia series has been cheering me up momentarily - powerful flashbacks, but as though nothing has changed as silver has g...
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