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Brutalism: Poems by Alex Creece

During a recent conversation, a friend and fellow writer asked what I considered to be my greatest literary strength. I am grateful for her patience, because I definitely didn’t arrive at a speedy conclusion. The question—though a simple one—had me …

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Imperfect Growth: a Travel Log

August 5 2013 Auckland, Aotearoa Tonight there’s an opening at Fort Lane downtown, the space is partially uncovered so I have to dress warm. It’s my old team at Council. I don’t know if I want to see them all …

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Excerpts from Neon Daze

In Plato’s Phaedo, Socrates likens pleasure and pain to nails binding the soul to the body, resulting in a heavy, stained, monstrous identity, ultimately incapable of achieving the spiritual transcendence due to a true philosopher.

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6 Poems from Robin M Eames

Through my writing, I am speaking to something larger than myself. I write in conversation with trans, mad,crip, and sex worker communities, and with all other marginalised peoples whose struggles are bound up with my own.

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Body of Sound

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‘Eat’ from Horse

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Stereocilia for 2 Ears of 1 Person 

Edited from acoustic recordings of spontaneous otoacoustic emission, clusters of simultaneously emitted tones tones from both ears of a single person.

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Twin Murmurings

The twins, Beatrix and Vyvyan, were born 29 October, 2017, and this recording was made two weeks later on 13 November, 2017. I set up a Rode NT4 stereo microphone between them as they lay head to head in a …

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Consonata

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Birds of New York

This Birds of New York series (2015) focuses on the sonic aspect of the Cornell Lab’s Merlin app, an app that uses citizen-science bird observations. This easy access to the sounds of the birds is one of the key developments …

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Unworded sound poem

Drawing for unworded onscreen sound poem, 2018 | paper, graphite, ink | 29.7 x 42cm Undoing the traditional hierarchies of sound producer (voice) and recorder (device) – similarly writer / reader, performer / listener – this parenthetical poem composed of …

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