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PAST SIMPLE ISSUE 6



Ladies and Gentlemen,

A special issue of Past Simple edited by Marcus Slease and Jim Goar is now available for your viewing and listening pleasure. Innovative British Irish and Scottish poetry.

An amazing array. Hurrah!

Poetry and some sound from:

Karen Eliot
Geraldine Monk
Peter Manson
Tim Atkins
Steve Willey
Augustus Young
Alyson Torns
Michael Zand
Alex Davies
Trevor Joyce
Ken Edwards
Fanny Howe
Amy De'Ath
Sean Bonney
Tom Raworth
Rob Holloway
Maurice Scully
David Toms
Randolph Healy
C. Walsh & B. Mills
David Lloyd
Peter Jaeger

check it out:

PAST SIMPLE

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Another Ireland: Part Two
Maurice Scully, The Basic Colours. Durham, UK: Pig Press, 1994.
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