by Kevin Lee your over-faithful voice was endlessly disarming, vibrating in my skull when you stopped to think. though the distance between us has grown […]
(Non)involved Voice in the latest Polish Poetry
An introduction to the issue of listening to the literature In the withdrawal of the Forgotten from the language of signs and from memory, justice, […]
Carillon Matrix in Queen’s Park, Loughborough
by Mark Goodwin I ring dissolves leaves dissolvestrees grass tarmac mind & bone and ring spreads wide a globe of dissolved longing leaves blown a […]
by Ina Čiumakova Sound and memory are intimately connected, both in literature and in philosophy: In “A Sketch of the Past”, Virginia Woolf dreams up a […]
Tell Her – the page I never wrote!
Listening to writing as drama Going – to – Her! Happy – Letter! Tell Her— Tell Her – the page I never wrote! Tell Her, […]