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Two new poetry publications

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The season is busy, but I am pleased to share an update about two new poetry publications from my work, each one in a literary magazine approaching publishing from an angle that interests me. (Also, why does it seem that publishing news always seems to come in twos for me?) First, I am very happy to have a new poem in Issue 3.2 of Strukturriss. Based in Ireland, the magazine concentrates on writing that explores experimental aesthetics and anti-capitalist politics. My piece, “Study for an Aerial View or Neighbourhood Formal or Kelly Green” is a hybrid piece working between prose… Read More »Two new poetry publications

Reading Ella Felber on Writing as Architecture

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When I set up the blog on this version of my site, I had hoped to find time to share some selections from my reading, particularly related to my research. I haven’t managed before now, but one step at time. Today I’m happy to take a moment to look at reading Ella Felber on writing as architecture. Felber, an Austrian architect and poet, has recently published a book, Under der Hohen Brücke (Point Nemo Publishing, 2021), which attempts to find a shared space for poetry and architecture. The book is divided into three main sections, one that is a sort… Read More »Reading Ella Felber on Writing as Architecture

New Poetry Out Now in SPAM003

Returning to blogging and a new poem published New poetry out now! While I never intended to keep a strict schedule on this blog, I have meant to get back to it after a short, deeply needed holiday that I took after an intense and productive period last spring and early summer. I have quite a few updates to share, including a presentation I made in this year’s IConA International Conference on Architecture, a forthcoming academic article on poetic practices in ‘reading’ urban space, and other presentations/publications, not to mention some literary news. To start, though, I am happy to… Read More »New Poetry Out Now in SPAM003

HOMECOMING

Back to blogging, but this time poetics and space Just a few months ago I decided to formally enroll as a doctoral candidate at the University of Glasgow, to pursue a practice-based, interdisciplinary research project that has been central to my interests for the past several years: poetic practices in spatial design. I have been a poet among architects and urban designers for several years now, and my work has increasingly led me to pursue the areas in which creative writing and design meet. It feels natural to now begin to formalize my earlier research, writing, teaching, and collaborations within… Read More »HOMECOMING