Poetry, concrete & visual poetry
The twenty-first issue of Daniel f Bradley’s magazine,Â Push Machinery,Â consists of nine chapbooks or leaflets in a sewn folder made from Coach House discard, in a numbered edition of 44. This is one of six extra copies for a total run of 50.
The cover, the first of fourteen panels, references aÂ David UU sound poemÂ whichÂ startsÂ ‘dont give up the ship ive got the oar’ and drowns from there.Â Combining several voices in poetry, concrete and visual poetry, this work is a journey that ends: ‘a moving van /Â mistaken /Â for an ambulance.’
This work was included inÂ sensory deprivation / dream poeticsÂ and also graces the cover in miniature.
16 pages,Â 11 x 14 cm, sewn self-wrappers, pages uncut
6 copies of a total 50
off-prints fromÂ Push-MachineryÂ 21, edited by Daniel f Bradley. Pangen Subway Ritual, Toronto, September 1996
in homage to David UU; rear photo by Bradley