Chapter 3 of a collaborative novella by myself and Philip Terry, currently titled The Lovers, is featured as part of a bumper Oulipo issue of Sein and Werden. The Lovers will be 32 chapters when finished. To date we've written 10 chapters. The whole Sein und Werden issue, which is available online, looks very exciting.
You can get to the issue HERE.
It also features: Norman Conquest, Matt Leyshon, Esther Greenleaf Murer, Hugo Vernier, Dominy Clements, Teri Lee Kline, Patrick Cosgrove, David McGroarty, W.C. Bamberger, Aja Bamberger, Martin Rose, Susan Oke, Allen Ashley, David Turnbull, Benjamin Robinson, Wayne Clements, Philip Terry, James Davies, Mark Lewis, Tom Jenks, Paolo Brito, Charlie Loudowl, Daniel Galef, John Shire, Dan Morey, Rachel Rodman, Dave Drayton.
I now have a page at the wonderful online resource Archive of the Now. Thanks are due to Andrea Brady for the invitation and Jesse Ashman for all his hard work as well as his dueting with me on Acronyms. The recordings are available HERE
I'll be performing a little piece at Fjender, an event med Dansk digter!
Here's what Steven Fowler has written about the event:
Fjender will feature 3 events, 1 exhibition and over 30 poets. At the heart of Fjender is the visit to London of 3 of Europe's most brilliant innovative poets;
Morten Søndergaard, Cia Rinne & Martin Glaz Serup. I’ve been trying to get them to the UK for sometime, and thanks to the Kulturstyrelsen (the Danish Agency for Culture), they are coming, for Fjender, to share their work.
- March Saturday 15that the Rich Mix Arts Centre Venue 2 – 7pm doors – free entry
The flagship event of the Fjender project, featuring new collaborations from Martin Glaz Serup & Peter Jaeger, Cia Rinne & Chrissy Williams and Morten Søndergaard & I. The Danes will also share their own work, and there will be a series of brand new commissions from UK based poets, in response to the concepts and themes of Morten’s amazing http://www.wordpharmacy.com
work by James Davies, Prudence Chamberlain, Philip Terry, Claire Trevien, Fabian MacPherson and Stephen Emmerson, who will present his Neurolinguasulphate.
This packed evening of avant garde poetry will also feature a collaborative group reading from 13 students from my Poetry School course Maintenant. http://www.poetryschool.com/courses-workshops/face-to-face/maintenant.php