The indefatigable Pete Spence has just started a new magazine ETZ. The first issue, dated this very month, contains work by berni m janssen, jessica wilkinson, tom wiegel, corey wakeling, michael farrell, duncan white, javant birujia, nicola themistes, chris mann, fiona hile, kent maccarter, oscar schwartz, francesca jurate sasnaitis, and Spence himself. Sound good to you? Copies are available from the Donnithorne Street Press, Kyneton, Australia at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, 20 July 2012
A last couple of readings before the London’s transport system becomes too sclerotic with Olympic madness. At the Lamb on Tuesday John Muckle read from his novel My Pale Tulip (Shearsman, 2012) over two brackets. New writers Ann Prendergast (top) and c-weed (aka Cathy Weedon, middle) read a bracket each. It’s always difficult to present novels at a reading but Muckle preserved the wit and pace. Prendergast and Weedon both presented fine poems though the former tended to rush her material a little.