Publications

Poems

ZX Spectrum – ANMLY

A visual sequence constructed from a ‘Quick Start Guide’ from a 1980s ZX Spectrum Computer. Published in ANMLY’s Issue 33.


Source – Streetcake Magazine

A visual poem appropriating late medieval texts from the British Library Archive. Published in Streetcake’s Issue 73, part 2.


Moonshot (extract) – Unlost Journal

Four poems from the Moonshot sequence feature in Unlost Journal’s Issue 25 Introduction to Palmistry.


Moonshot (extract) – Poem Atlas Refraction Exhibition

Two poems from the Moonshot sequence combining The Conservative Manifesto 2010 with an 1896 edition of Edward Leer’s Nonsense Poems.


Holy Art – Metamorphosis

Three poems from the Moonshot sequence which probed the boundaries of a visual form.


The Window – M58 Poetry

Based on a document from the parish records of Cockington village held by the South West Heritage Trust.


JET FATHER ACCOUNT – Lighthouse

Issue 21


A Metal Window Dictionary (lut lut lut extract) – MIR Online (March 2020)

A Metal Window Dictionary, A Village Manifesto, If the Latitude is Known, and As Coloured Green.


Outside the Court – Stand Magazine

Volume 18: 2


Five Ways to Read a Village – Post-Road

Volume 36


Beyond the Valley – Ope: An Anthology


Brittle Star

Issue 40


Envoi

Issue 174



Other publications include Dreamcatcher,

Angle and Smoke


Essays

The Documentary Drift: Lutyens, Cockington and Poetry

Chapter in Walking Bodies ed. by Phil Smith and published by Triarchy Press


Three Steps To a Rural Utopia: Peter Riley’s Alstonefield – Antonym Journal


Sequences

MIRAGE

i.m. Desmond N. Kemp

Collage GIF based on the meticulous notes and calculations my grandfather made relating to a small Mitsubishi car and its journeys across North Devon


A Metal Window Dictionary

Collage GIF based on W. F. Crittall’s 1953 A Metal Window Dictionary, a craftsbook teaching the terms and practices of installing metal windows


10 Reasons to Buy a Mercedes Benz

Images and text from a 1959 Mercedes-Benz workshop manual. Words taken from the same page as the image.

“Our heads are round so thought can change direction”

Allen Ginsberg