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Have some of my train poems in the Sumerstock (Livestock Editions). Riding trains forwards and backwards around the U.K.

Thank you Elizabeth Guthrie!!!

Check it out:

http://www.summerstockjournal.com/2013/09/marcus-slease.html





Livestock Editions is pleased as huckleberry pie to announce the release of Summer Stock, Issue 7: UK Poetry Dossier (Available at www.summerstockjournal.com). Curated by Livestock editor Elizabeth Guthrie, this year’s online poetry crop offers exciting explorations & currencies in experimental poetry from the United Kingdom.
Issue 7 features wild woolly bully writing & literary multimedia from these Brit All Stars: Tim Atkins. Sean Bonney. Paul Buck. Becky Cremin. Laura Foster Twigg. Chris Gutkind. Alan Hay. Jeff Hilson. Peter Jaeger. Antony John. Sarah Kelley. David Kelly. Fabian Macpherson. Sophie Mayer. Richard Parker. Jessica Pujol. Nat Raha. Connie Scozzaro. Marcus Slease.  Linus Slug. James Wilkes. Steve Willey. & a collaboration between Steven Fowler & Tim Atkins.

We dedicate this year’s issue to the memory of beloved poet/translator/critic/advisor Anselm Hollo, who passed away earlier this year. Anselm’s life of radical outrider poetry is a shining inspiration to all of us at Livestock. We love you and miss you, Anselm.
Please help spread the word by passing this announcement along to your fellow humanimals. We hope you enjoy this year’s late harvest. The calendar may say it’s technically Autumn, but it’s always Summer Stock in our hearts!

honk.gobble.moo.,
The Livestock Editors

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