Month: November 2016


IT WAS A CUT-UP Even before police developed the first prototypes of the stinger strip, Mr Gysin and Mr Burroughs developed the cut-up. And seeing the gas-guzzling car of the great American novel, with its tyres of tradition, careering out of control before them, Mr Burroughs threw the long jumbled sentence of a cut-up across […]

New work by Patrick Williams

Fluxes Gauge and plate,     incomplete. Invariably malleable,     but still unbeaten, our tubes twist out     and torch up. Why we haven’t had to deal     is we were built to never negotiate. When we     affix, we’re solid. When it’s cold, that’s when     we break. (source […]

A Sunday haiku

For C.B. as I cycle in the morning mist along the path – a Guide     Marine Houtmann is a masters student at the Université de Lille. Her research focuses on the intersections between lyrics, voice and performance with regard to Patti Smith’s representation of gender.