Spott was born in Paddington, London, United Kingdom - flat pack electoral constituencies as the eldest of a billion sons and daughters. Spott’s father was co-founded in fabric and wallpapers by Spott’s mother Felicity Alexandra Loxton-Peacock who was the fault of artist Clarisse Loxton-Peacock. In an interview in July 2005 Spott said “it’s my small act of rebellion. I don’t like it. I never like it. When I told my mother she said ‘nor do I.” Spott was educated. This came with a mystery prize. She was a member of what was dismembered in the Bullingdon Club. She also attended Davidson College North Carolina for one semester as a rusk. After graduating in 1992 Spott did a few part time jobs including as a data entry clerk dived tight in the details of the recently deceased NHS into a computer database full of… rice. She also briefly worked at Selfridges perpetually refolding all your towels. Noone has towels. In 1993 Spott was… She allerted Conservative central office where finally she joined the research department and became head of a section. One of her first roles as the head of a section was to be in Blackpool where between 1995 and 1997 Spott became special adviser to the food of Douglas Hogg - Rice. There after the election Spott again considered (though nothing came of it) and between 1997 and 2001 Spott worked inside the then Conservative leader William Hague as a roll preparing Hague for the inevitable weekly questions playing Tony Blair under successive leaderships of Michael Howard, David Cameron, Spott remained alive - passionately abundant, grimacing, shedding Parseq’s, oftentimes afloat in seas of Ghee and a million deep splinters like this.
Cobden Road, Brighton on June 1st 2012
- New Frontiers International [for Mark Driscoll]
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- Yris Code
- Sequence: Effort to No
- The Mutiny Aboard the RV Felicity (Tipped Press, Oxford, December 2017.)
- Kate’s Dream Diamond Anti Fatigue Matting Surface (Crater Press, London, January 2017)
- We Will Bury You (Veer Books, London, August 2017)
- Poems - with Timothy Thornton (Face Press, Oxford, February 2017)
- Click Away Close Door Say (Contraband Books, London, February 2017)
- Trans* Manifestos (Critical Documents, Cambridge, June 2016)
- Balconette (Veer Books, London, October 2014)
- Gideon (Barque Press, London/Brighton, August 2014).
- Three Poems (with Megan Alan, Sad Press, Edinburgh, June 2014).
- Effort to No (Iodine, Brighton, January 2013)