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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juggernaut/real talk/enjambed bliss/that’s just me

rough soundscape / spoken word in collab with Anuka Ramischwili-Schafer, featured on Free Cash takeover by Ruth Angel Edwards and Adam Gallagher on Cashmere Radio (Berlin) – I’m sure the full 17 hours will turn up at some point


not yet / that’s just me pamphlet, and review essay on Bernard and Marriott

So just published ‘not yet / that’s just me’ with Goldsmiths Press as a commission for the ‘Transparent Things’ exhibition at the Goldsmiths Centre of Contemporary Art. The poetry pamphlet is part of a joint publication that can be picked up at the exhibition so do visit (outside strike days). I imagine it will be available online at some point.


Also an essay on Jay Bernard and D. S. Marriot’s most recent collections was published in the latest Poetry London (message me for a copy of the essay). I look at musicality, sociality and critical race poetics in the main.


Recent work: Wu Tsang, Symrun, Petero Kalulé

A few recent review pieces – art, music and poetry:

A review of Wu Tsang’s exhibition at the Cabinet Gallery back in the summer including collaborations with Fred Moten and more for AQNB.


A short-fire riff on Symrun’s Care Work EP from TT (fka Tobago Tracks) for Tiny Mixtapes.


Here a review of poetry collection Kalimba by Petero Kalulé for amberflorazine– turned into a sort of creative-critical reading.


And a review of Liz Artur Johnson’s recent exhibition at the South London Gallery for Artforum (paywall unfortunately):


And for those interested a recording of the poetry performance I was part of in Manchester – Performing Thought 2.0 – working with ‘the (sub)urban finesse’


More to come

Zarf Issue #13: Review of ‘Threads’, and one poem

Written up a review of ‘Threads’ by Bhanu Kapil, Sandeep Parmar and Nisha Ramayya for Zarf Issue 13. I also have a poem published in this issue – all for £2.