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May 31, 2016

On an average taxi journey, a talkative cabbie has his fare trapped in frequently one-way conversation for between ten and twenty minutes.


Henri Cartier-Bresson kept his shutter set at 1/125 of a second, capturing life as the light changed.


Paul Sutton’s chapbook ‘Taxi...

May 14, 2016




Organ Doner


He found L shaped room

in a fork

on a creaking climb

up a bone

dead tree to snuffle orchids

that can huff their sex

to a pollinator

buzzing its own business

thirty miles away,

just to smell for himself this

aromatic GPS for hairy legged roamers.


Venezuela was quit...

September 10, 2015

Something old, something new and something by someone who used to play bass in The Fall. What are your favourites?



1. The Neruda Case - Roberto Ampuero


2. The Mad Boy, Lord Berners, My Grandmother and Me - Sofia Zinovieff


3. At the end of life - Lee Gutkind


4. The Big...

September 10, 2015


Athletics. Gmail (6)


You ran a mile

smile, you asked for it

a letter, let us be formal

normal it is not

get out of the way

got from transparent

to bad apparent

with no kisses

no hurdles

no long

and winding road

no signature

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