Adrian Slatcher writes poetry, fiction and criticism, and lives in Manchester.
Extracts from “Levona” (a work in progress) was published by Knives, Forks and Spoons Press in early 2010. It is 48 pages long and includes 4 long poems, “Piece”, “A Further Peace”, “Do you remember the gamine sisters?” and “Juxtaposition #4”. The pieces take an unusual format, somewhere between poetry and prose, and cover a large range of subjects as they comment on the contemporary milieu in which we live. Knives, Forks and Spoons publish a wide range of pamphlets from new and experimental poets, from the North West and elsewhere, and their books are all individually designed and produced. For Extracts from “Levona” this means a craft cover, with the internal print set out using a dot matrix style font.
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