Gemma Mahadeo

Porous Walls, or, Why don’t you join me?: Poems from the Future of Health

In Poetry and the Fate of the Senses, Susan Stewart writes that the use of caesura or enjambment ‘bring[s] pulse and breath to the poem itself’, at the same time opening ‘the text to the excentric positions of unintelligibility and death’.

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ECT Tree

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‘Playful and iterative’ Ian MacLarty Interviews Gemma Mahadeo

In 2018, the poet and disability activist Gemma Mahadeo wrote a poem inspired by one of my videogames called Catacombs of Solaris published in The Victorian Writer.

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Stain, guilt

I scrub maniacally at the chocolate sauce thickness in the fabric. Hitchcock was right to use it as blood in Psycho: its viscosity he may have found fitting [ Hitchcock I think the murder in the bathtub…coming out of the …

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