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pascalleburton has written 37 posts for Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect.

Circular Poetry Contributor: Sally Browne

The final contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project comes from poet and many-pronged writer Sally Browne, with a piece that has crossed the oceans. Sally says of her response to the project: I loved the idea of Pascalle Burton’s Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. when I first heard about it. As I knew I would be overseas at the time … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Chris Lynch

This contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is from poet Chris Lynch with his piece Circumlocution. Chris says this of the connection between the project and the poem: The whole poem came to me in that space between sleep and waking, and perhaps because of that reminds me of a half-remembered dream, an echo, sehnsucht. Chris is author … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Trudie Murrell

This contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is from poet Trudie Murrell with her piece Father Son Cycle. Trudie says of the connection between the piece and the project: I wrote this poem when reflecting on my son’s first year and complex shifts that occurred between my husband, my son and myself. Now as he nears … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Andrew Galan

This next contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is from performance poet Andrew Galan with his poem c.1932. Andrew says of the connection between the poem and the project: As I travelled through the United States, United Kingdom and Spain from early-April to late-July this year I knew I would be returning home and possibly never visiting … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Eleanor Jackson

The next contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is from poet and performer Eleanor Jackson with her piece, Circle Work. Eleanor says of the connection between the project and the piece: Originally, I started to lay out this poem in a circular design, hoping that the effect of reading it would mimic somewhat the experience of … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Sandra Selig

These contributions to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project are by multi-disciplinary artist Sandra Selig with her piece for Nathan Shepherdson’s ‘corner’ (a response to Nathan’s contribution to the project) and the audiovisual piece home astronomy. Sandra performs in Primitive Motion with Leighton Craig and you can find more of her art at the Milani Gallery site and images of her … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Alinta Krauth

These contributions to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project are from writer and researcher Alinta Krauth with her pieces, mebelowu, nevera round anymore, and playg round. The pieces are part of a collection related to the Brisbane/Gold Coast area. Alinta says of the collection: This South-East Queensland collection attempts to capture the overlay of private moments with culturally … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Kellie O’Dempsey

This contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is from live performance drawing and installation artist Kellie O’Dempsey with her piece Saturday’s paper says. Kellie is currently running a pozible campaign to curate the group exhibition Drawn to Experience and you can find more of her work at her website. Saturday’s paper says by Kellie O’Dempsey

Circular Poetry Contributor: Heinz Riegler

This contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is from multidisciplinary artist Heinz Riegler with his piece In the Absence of Words. Heinz currently has an exhibition score for a mineral landscape at the Caboolture Regional Art Gallery (runs until 10th August) and you can find more of his work at his website and blog. In the … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Leighton Craig

This audiovisual contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is from multidisciplinary artist Leighton Craig. Leighton also performs in Primitive Motion with Sandra Selig and you can find more of his work at his blog.

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