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

Circular Poetry Contributor: Eddy Burger

These contributions to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project are from poet Eddy Burger, with Deeper, Through the eyes of a fly and I dug a deep hole – a multidirectional poem. A version of the piece Through the eyes of a fly appears in Eddy’s chapbook Impressions of me (Small Change Press) and I dug a deep hole … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Jonathan Hadwen

This untitled contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is from poet Jonathan Hadwen. This is what he says about the connection between the project and the piece: i actually thought of this poem after hearing the sound of a hammer, and then its echo, seemingly coming from somewhere else, like the sound itself was doing laps … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Nathan Shepherdson

The next contributor to Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is poet Nathan Shepherdson with his piece corner. When asked to comment on the connection between the project and the poem, Nathan stated: “the comment should be less words than the poem.” Nathan will be launching his latest collection the day the artists stood still (vol.1) (Another Lost Shark Publications) at the Queensland … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Russ Talbot

The next contributor to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is Russ Talbot with his pieces laying in bed, preparing to face the day, Wheels within wheels and Circles under my eyes. The latter two are from a collection called Ten haiku on the theme ‘Circle’, and Russ says: I started with the theme “circle”, and braindumped ideas (different types of circles) … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Patricia Reid

The next contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is from poet Patricia Reid with her piece catalogue of uncertainties. Patricia says: this catalogue of ties is drawn from Brooks Bros the outfitters of country club and corporate America. these ties circle the neck of those bound up in certainties of power class gender race immortality. as … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Mel Dixon

This contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is from multidisciplinary artist Mel Dixon with her piece overalls. Mel says of the connection between the project and the piece: Written for the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project, the inspiration of circularity lead me to think of times when you are uncomfortable in new surroundings, observing the world with a sense … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Mitchell Welch

These next contributions to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project are from writer Mitchell Welch. The pieces are called Greetings, Invention of the compass and Atomic model. Mitchell is currently working on a novel and completing a Master of Arts with a focus on the relationship between words and images. You can follow him on twitter. Mitchell says about the … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Ynes Sanz

This contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is a piece called snake  by poet Ynes Sanz. Ynes says this of the piece: This was written for the project. The snake eating its own tail seemed the obvious image. The fundamental orifice reference is also pleasingly circular, but that was really just an excuse! to give expression to my lifelong … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Jennifer Liston

This contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is from poet Jennifer Liston with her poem yesterday’s images. Jennifer says this of the piece: This poem was inspired by an image taken by photographer Robert Rath . The long-exposure image features ‘ghosts’ of people walking by a market stall in the Rocks area of Sydney. The stall … Continue reading

Circular Poetry Contributor: Max Ryan

These next contributions to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project are from poet Max Ryan. The first piece is a selection from his poem Jim, which Max says are the ‘last lines of a poem about a friend of mine who died at twenty-one… it ended up somewhat autobiographical, spiralling to this avowal of life itself.’ The second is … Continue reading

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