Loose Watch: A Lost and Found Times Anthology
John M. Bennett, Paul Holman, Bridget Penney
Invisible Books, 1998 - Poetry - 205 pages
Poetry. Visual Poetry. LOOSE WATCH is a selection of texts and graphics from issues 1-39 of Lost and Found Times. It features the work of 170 contributors from North and South America, Europe and the former Soviet Union. From its origins in mail art to the present, the Lost and Found Times have provided a model of how marginalised cultural workers can create productive areas of engagement within a network of activity. Shelves clogged with leaves resist physical/ melting except as the start of extinguished/ flame peeling places of selves we thought were/ ringing rigid like a temple, but it's just a plate of/ dander corresponding to a subtle wheeze, directive/ toward the window. Where the wire sings the pigeon/ fingers like the yellow wisps of snow (Shelves) - Sheila Murphy and John M. Bennett.
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