Nicolette Stasko



Spoon Bending: A Chapbook Curated by Kent MacCarter

Conjoin | Hannah Raisin and Will Heathcote | Archival pigment print | 75cm x 50cm There is No Such Thing as a Good Poem about Nothing Nicolette Stasko: Sendai Tracy Ryan: Companion Poems    from the French Elzbieta Wójcik-Leese: everything in the …

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Sendai

I Leave me I am late in my life and have seen many summers my mind now is only wreckage and waste once houses stood and people teemed a busy anthill watched over by the quiet dead rice paddies glowed …

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Portrait of Vincenzo d’Orti

from The Invention of Everyday Life Vincenzo d’Orti is a man who smells. Day in, day out, waking or sleeping his nostrils register the world and convey it to his simple brain. Like many, Vincenzo moves between thinking his life …

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A Plot

from The Invention of Everyday Life The novelist is feeling pleased. Having altered somewhat the original emphasis, his novel is going well for a change. It is now mainly about a young woman who becomes a recluse after her lover …

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Glasses of Water

from The Invention of Everyday Life The concerto on the record player stops. Marina is now dreaming of a trip she took to Milan with an orchestra — the long walk out of the city into the villages and fields. …

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Between Virtue and Innocence: In Defence of Prose Poetry

Each virtue responds to a specific form of innocence. Innocence is moral instinct. Virtue is prose, innocence is poetry. – Novalis Long before Romanticism, poetry was thought to whisper with a sound which was the sound of Nature purified; poetry …

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