Archive for January, 2013

Next workshop

Sunday, January 13th, 2013

The next wf workshop is Saturday 9th February 2013

Venue Room 268 Richard Hoggart Building Goldsmiths at New Cross — see advice on this website for advice

Start 4 end 6

we begin to arrive from 3:30, hoping for a timely start

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next workshop

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

There will be a workshop on 12th January 2013, Room 268, Richard Hoggart Building, Goldsmiths, University of London. Information on how to get there at wfuk.org.uk/blog. Email me with any problems
As usual, the workshop will run from 4 until 6 and we shall gather between 3:30 and 4. Please try to be on time!
It is strongly recommended that you bring “food and drink” with you as the cafeteria may not be open. (NB There is a Sainsbury’s to the right of to New Cross Gate Stn.)

New WF publications

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

Writers Forum announces
fragments by Matthew Robertson.
14 pages most A5 portrait card cover.
Edition limited to 100 copies.
ISBN 987 1 84254 899 8

£5.00 plus p & p.
p & p UK £1.50; EU £2.00; else £3.00
Send to Lawrence Upton, by Pay Pal
email for address to pay by sterling cheque

Matt Robertson writes:
This visual poem was the unplanned result of an afternoon spent shredding boxes of unwanted printed matter. Refuse bags were filled with a farrago of splintered mail, letters, statements, invoices, newspaper clippings, advertising and other ephemera. Some of these small thin shards, with their abstract and concrete marks, fell to the floor. On closer inspection it became apparent that they could be recycled for poetic purposes. Soon 128 individual strips were randomly salvaged and collaged into a single cut-up composition. The resulting score is to be read and vocally sounded in its complete form, in quarters and/or overlaid versions.

Matthew Robertson is a graphic designer and poet. He is Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design at Bath School of Art and Design.

He has previously published his work in Pocket Litter. He has work in the forthcoming issue of Sugar Mule # 42