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Angus Sinclair

Angus Sinclair

Biography

Angus Sinclair is a poet and library worker living in South London. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Blackbox Manifold, Butchers Dog, clinic, Datableed, Test Centre and Zarf among others. A selection of his poems were included in the anthology Dear World & Everyone In It: New Poetry in the UK (Bloodaxe, 2013). He has been invited to perform his work at readings and festivals in the UK and Europe, and his mantra circle poems Fourteen Palate Cleansers- performed at Reuben Sutton and Colin Herd’s Sutton Gallery in 2014- are held in the Rare Books collection at the National Poetry Library. He co-edits the poetry publishing experiment para·text with Laura Elliott.


Notes

The poems from True Pyramids were recorded on 27th July, 2017 at the allotments of Goldsmiths, University of London.  The poems from Sonnets for Billy Barrix were recorded on 30th June, 2017 in The Joiners Arms, Camberwell, with Cage Williams on pub piano.

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Sample Text

After Multiplex

for Carl Gent

 

lapsteel trickles down basement

& start September’s binding citation

our interaction with oxygen

why my hands are still

 

shaking our judgment no less louche

but convulsant softening tissue

I see clouds or camphor but

please let our song never end

 

the early morning circuit greens

& lemon balm whisper disaster

to wormwood at the wake I play

bar-keep forever but cupped

 

inside this mellow throat

with everything we received

 

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