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Poetry Issues

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Sunday, 10 July 2016

 

If you're wondering what Poetry Issues is, I think it’s time you read the press release:

 

Why poetry?

Because it’s immediate.

Because the meaning is enhanced and deepened by the music.

Poetry doesn’t brag or hesitate, and I admire that to a character.

Because it’s art, and art helps me connect the dots and remember beauty.

 

Why a pamphlet?

Because we need something tangible, to make sure we exist.

Because different platforms affect the same work in different ways.

Because I trust in unexpected encounters.

 

Where?

Poetry Issues is distributed regularly in The Hague and not so regularly in Malmö, Liverpool and Berlin. Copies can also be found in private collections (aka, in friends’ houses) in Athens.

 

Who else?

I would like to thank the people who contributed to and/or distributed the pamphlet. Credits go to Alexandra Mouratidou, Sandra van Lente and Jenny Porter for their priceless support and involvement.

 

What’s the plan?

The first cycle is completed with the twelfth issue. Those twelve issues will form the first Poetry Issues collection to be compiled shortly. The project will continue, as it has proved fruitful, but on a bimonthly instead of a monthly basis.

 

So, where can one read Poetry Issues now?

 

Here you go:

 

Poetry Issues #1

 

Poetry Issues #2

 

Poetry Issues #3

 

Poetry Issues #4

 

Poetry Issues #5

 

Poetry Issues #6

 

Poetry Issues #7

 

Poetry Issues #8

 

Poetry Issues #9

 

Poetry Issues #10

 

Poetry Issues #11

 

Poetry Issues #12

 

Poetry Issues #13

 

(to be updated accordingly)

 

If you would like to learn even more, read the interview in Litdocs.

 

 
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