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Subject:

Luke Roberts -- False Flags

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Wed, 4 Jan 2012 16:16:45 +0000

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Now available from Mountain Press:

LUKE ROBERTS: FALSE FLAGS (80pp, 189x246mm)

£6.50 / €8 / $12 including p&p

 To order a copy please visit: www.mountain-press.co.uk

 ^^^

From the website: “False Flags was initially conceived as a satire or
part-satire on conspiracy theories and New Age irrationalism starting
at Ground Zero and stretching back to the space race and other
territorial contests of the past fifty years or so. The resultant text
is a sequence of nine poems, including both short and extended lyrics,
pseudo-narratives, and other mutating travesties. All the characters
in the poem are real.

During its composition the author was awarded the Harper-Wood
Studentship for Poetry, allowing him to travel extensively in the USA
and under seasonal restrictions in Iceland. He was prevented from
visiting the former Soviet Union by outbreaks of forest fires.

The seven other poems in the book were written between 2009-2011,
mainly in London and Cambridge. Some of them were published in
magazines, others distributed in hand-made editions. This is the first
widely available collection of work by Luke Roberts.”

 ^^^

Also coming from Mountain in January 2012:

CERTAIN PROSE OF THE ENGLISH INTELLIGENCER (240pp)

ed. by Neil Pattison, Reitha Pattison, Luke Roberts

This book collects previously unpublished work by Andrew Crozier, John
James, Barry MacSweeney, J. H. Prynne, Peter Riley and many others,
extracted from among the correspondence and essays of the legendary
poetry worksheet “The English Intelligencer” (1966-1968), with an
introduction to the radical UK poetry scenes of the 1960s by Neil
Pattison.

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