Excellent Sci-Fi poetry anthology launch last night. ‘Where rockets burn through’ will appeal to poetic scientists and sciency poets alike – and pretty as it is, will make an awesome present for just about anyone. Click on this link and get yourself a copy pocket option !
CONFRONTING THE DANGER OF ART
Poets, according to the Greek philosopher Plato, were too dangerous to be allowed in the ideal state. What if a modern democracy agreed with him? Confronting the Danger of Art is a booklet of poems and artwork which draws on Plato’s arguments against poetry in The Republic to inculcate an pocket option deposit bonus anti-art message. Styled on the pamphlets produced by the UK government in the 1970s/80s, such as the nuclear attack guide Protect and Survive, Confronting the Danger of Art introduces us to a world where art is considered on the same calculus of risk as nuclear war, and artists are hunted down by the police. More information at .
Sidekick Books brought poet Ian McLachlan and artist Phil Cooper together and invited them to produce the first in a new series of illustrated poetry pamphlets. One aim of Read the rest of this entry »