erasure published


My erasure text, part of a larger work-in-progress called Book of Thoughts, was published the other day at Ink Sweat & Tears, a U.K.-based poetry and prose webzine, whose “tastes are eclectic and magpie-like.” I like that.


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  1. ladywrenna

     /  February 21, 2013

    Congratulations! I wish you wide open spaces :)

  2. Thanks to you both!

  3. taidgh

     /  March 5, 2013

    I enjoyed this erasure poem and it was good to see it published in Ink Sweat & Tears. First time I heard about this webzine so it’s a great discovery. I quite like Dan Micklethwaite’s, ‘Peacock Bone and Sparkling Wine’ and Vanessa Gebbie’s, ‘Beneath La Boisselle’. Great to have some new writing to sink my teeth into. Cheers!

    • Thanks, Taidgh. You might want to check out the editor Helen Ivory, too. She makes hybrid-poetry art, building poem boxes…interesting work!

      • taidgh

         /  March 5, 2013

        Cheers Sean! That was fascinating. I love her series of glass jars titled ‘preserves’. It’s refreshing to see how one can infuse ‘meaning’ into art and poetry. This is something I’ve been mulling over for sometime, particularly how can photographs be given a new lease of life or how can meaning be acquired through something that’s been lost. Well give it a new narrative of course! So I’ll have a think about this and maybe come up with a mixed media project of my own. Thanks!

        • I like “how can meaning be acquired through something that’s been lost”…if you ever do something with that, be sure to let me know!


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