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The Caller and the Narrator
The Poetry of earth is never dead. Dear Caller’, our latest publication, came through the post around the time I had taken up reading the poet Keats. I had turned to the great Romantic for insight, to develop my sense of the poetic, and encourage my love of the natural world. After all, there must…
This is How You Lose a Time War – Letter as Time Travel?
By Will Dawson Edited by Jon McGregor and Kristin Schanke ‘There’s a kind of time travel in letters, isn’t there? I imagine you laughing at my little joke; I imagine you groaning; I imagine you throwing my words away. Do I have you still? Do I address empty air and the flies that will eat…
Dizzy Ink: More than Ink and Paper
Imagine you can conjure and print with any ink in any colour, including in neon and metallic. Sustainably. Imagine now the creative possibilities that this would give to you as a small publishing press.
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School of English
University of Nottingham