Poetry and Flash Fiction
The Smallest Arts Festival In The World
September 12, 2010 12:09 PM PDT
A recording of the poets and novelists who read at The Smallest Arts Festival In The World, which took place in the house of Michael and Sylvia Blackburn (Lincoln, 1991). Performers include Jonathan Coe, John McGill, Martin Stannard, Sue Dymoke, David Belbin, Brendan Cleary, etc. Plus music specially composed by Duncan Chapman.Poems from The Revolution Was Not What It Seemed
August 27, 2010 12:28 PM PDT
Some poems from The Revolution Was Not What It Seemed, available for immediate download from Amazon Kindle.Kaspar is Dead - Hans Arp
June 06, 2010 01:28 PM PDT
A reading of 'Kaspar is Dead' by Dadaist artist and poet Hans Arp. Translated into English by Michael Blackburn.Cagliostro: a poem
May 08, 2010 11:06 AM PDT
Sourced from a biography of the infamous Cagliostro.The Days, How They Pass; Year Two, Poems 78 - 100
March 15, 2010 01:18 PM PDT
Or, Anyone Can Be Rembrandt, poems 78 - 100. A poem a day from the second year.The Days, How They Pass; Year Two: Poems 52 - 77
January 08, 2010 02:05 PM PST
Year Two: poems 52 - 77; a poem a day for 365 consecutive days.Disrupt Ahead
December 31, 2009 09:31 AM PST
Herewith a citizen-centred version of the New Year's speech bestowed upon our wretched selves by the Glorious Successor, Comrade Brown, rendered not less intelligible than the original by having been processed through an online cut-up engine then converted into human-sounding talky-talk via a free text-to-speech software program.
All Health and Safety procedures, regulations governing Equality, Diversity and Multidigital Intercomplexiarity; and EU Directives on Necessary Innovation and Control of Resistant Individual Creativity been complied with. The work also adheres to the voluntarily imposed guidelines required by the Dynamically Cohesive Plurally-Centred Non-Offensive Communities Unit.
But that's enough of that shit. If you think this is bad, remember the reality is worse.
A text version is available on www.scribd.com - add /michael blackburn (with the space).The Days, How They Pass; Year Two: Poems 26 - 51
December 28, 2009 12:00 AM PST
Year Two; poems 26 - 51; a poem a day for 365 consecutive days.The Days, How They Pass; Year 2: Poems 1 -25
November 10, 2009 01:15 PM PST
The second year commenced in March. Poems 1 - 25; a poem a day for 365 consecutive days (again).Flight to Arras
September 26, 2009 11:07 AM PDT
A poem sourced from the Second World War novel by Antoine de Saint-Exupery (original title, Pilote de Guerre).
Poet in print and electronic media. Based in Lincolnshire, UK. Hub website: http://www.artzero.org.uk
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