Not often at all that I even acknowledge poetry (though my first paid work was a poem about concrete and pollution) but it’s even less often that I like the poetry. Even if there is much more to say about that Adorno quote (see “Pantomime Terror” for extended discussion of the paragraphs surrounding, and repetitions of, that quote). Nevertheless, you need to know that “Debasis Mukhopadhyay is a poet from Montreal, Canada. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in journals & anthologies, including Posit, The Curly Mind (UK), Erbacce (UK), Manneqüin.Haüs, Yellow Chair Review, I Am Not A Silent Poet (UK), The New Verse News, Writers Against Prejudice (UK), Rat’s Ass Review : Love & Ensuing Madness, Algebra of Owls, Of/With, Walking Is Still Honest, Leaving My Shadow : A Tribute to Anna Akhmatova, …” … and many more. Check out this link below to an interview with the poet that is worth it for the neglected inner life alone, but is also more…
I’m honored & deeply grateful to be the featured poet in Erbacce Journal (issue 55)! An interview followed by seven of my poems! My sincere thanks to Alan Corkish & Andrew Taylor at Erbacce Press! And my special thanks to Matt Duggan, the winner of the Erbacce Prize for Poetry (2015) for interviewing me. Matt is a fine poet & if you are not already familiar with his poetry, please dig his work. Below you will find his bio & book links.
Click here to read the interview : interview_erbacce
Matt Duggan : Bio
Born 1971, Bristol, U.K.
Poems have appeared in A Restricted View from Under the Hedge, Osiris Poetry Journal, The Journal, Into the Void, Ghost City Review, and many more…his frst full collection Dystopia 38.10 won the Erbacce Prize for poetry in 2015, his poem ‘ Elegy for Magdalene’ won the Into the Void Poetry…
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Poetry and science from Dave.
“Mira ese discos” said Jotti, the proprietor of Aguere Music Shop in La Laguna, as he dropped a few records in front of me. I’d already put aside a record titled Big Drums in Stereo, so he knew my angle. Oh shit, that was a good / bad move. I chose one, place the needle to the vinyl and within a second I shouted “So that’s where he got the sample from, that sly motherf…” I was referring to Carl Craig. In all these years it never dawned on me to find out where the sample came from that he used for his seminal ‘Bug in the Bassbin’.
Everything about the records recorded and produced by Enoch Light is premium. The package, his dedication the getting the right sound during the recording process, everything. I bagged about four discs and promised to return as soon as the next cheque was…
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