Me again

Another self-promoting post, I’m afraid. Here’s a two-page glimpse of the first number of the new Cambridge Literary Review, which not only contains this poem, written in 1973, but also a memoir of my meeting with the concrete poet Dom Sylvester Houédard, or dsh, as he preferred to be known. It’s shockingly candid, as people used to say when reticence was a virtue. (Click to embiggen.)

If you’d like to know more about this excellent review, the first issue of which is dedicated to Cambridge writing, click here.
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2 Responses to Me again

  1. gnute says:

    Hello, think it would be possible to post a larger jpeg of your poem? Even when I 'embiggen' it, it's unreadable on my screen. Thanks.

  2. No problem. I actually posted the poem some time ago on this blog, so you can find it here:

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