Christina Masciotti

Say What You Need To - An Interview with Christina Masciotti by Meghan Falvey   Christina Masciotti’s work has been produced for the past...
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Friday Pick: Aidan Semmens’ The Book of Issac

Semmens interacts with the impressive intellect and accomplishments of his great grandfather in a way that extends his legacy rather than simply paying homage to it. It is the book of Issac. It is Aidan Semmens’ book.

Photo by Karl Hurst

Alistair Noon

We tracked down the Gods / to their offices by the sea, / behind their unclimbable walls. / So far they’ve refused all our calls.


Aidan Semmens

in the necropolis/ countless small artefacts/ of undetermined age & use:/ the broken steering-column/ of a 1968 Ford/ a double-edged knife/ intricately worked blade/ cut & shut

Oli Hazzard

Oli Hazzard

Marge, let’s send a sadness telegram. / I roamed under it as a tired, nude Maori. / No trace, not one carton...


Friday Pick: D.A. Powell’s Useless Landscape

Powell delights in double entendre, and emotes a paradoxically subtle campness. His voice often flits between in-the-know audacity and spiritual earnestness.

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