Recent work: Actress, Lamin Fofana Interview, Lumin Journal and more

Few things I’ve been working on in the last couple months:

An interview with Lamin Fofana out on the current issue of the Wire Mag – check out a new mix by him here

A review of Actress’ new album Karma & Desire for the Quietus, and a review of Timothy Duval’s new album Help.

Some poetry released in the latest issue of LUMIN Journal.

Also poetry contributions in the weird folds: everyday poems from the anthropocene (Dostoyevsky Wannabe) and We Want It All: An Anthology of Radical Trans Poetics (Nightboat Books)

More to come

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Notes on Goodwin, Ramayya and Akhtar

I have a short creative-critical piece in the new issue of Tentacular mag thinking through James Goodwin’s reading of Ramayya, and Sascha Akhtar’s recent collection #LoveLikeBlood





short poem uploaded on site.project’s in.oscillation series:

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The poetic lyricism of Imran Perretta’s ‘the destructors’ presents as a pessimistic statement of intent within the nostalgic familiar


Review on Imran Perretta’s current show at Chisenhale up on AQNB