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Rockdrill 3: The Chart Table

Lee Harwood

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ISBN: 978 1 905001 02 6
Imprint: Audio Books
Published: November 2004
216 x 135 x 8 mm
Publisher: Carcanet Press
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  • Rockdrill is a series of unusual new audio CDs commissioned by the Contemporary Poetics Research Centre at Birkbeck College, London, & produced by Colin Still and Birdie Hall of Optic Nerve.
        The series includes the work by British and American poets, and combines new and archival recordings. Each CD is remarkable for the scope and range of material included, and for the quality of production. This unique new sound library is scheduled to grow in directions suggested by the initial list.

    Rockdrill 3: LEE HARWOOD The Chart Table

    'I would very much like these poems to be heard as stories. Stories that are curious, that ask questions. At times they're a collage of stories or even a collage of fragments of stories - but still stories. There are poets whose emphasis is "look at that", not "look at me".'
    Table of Contents

    1. As Your Eyes Are Blue

    2. The Doomed Fleet

    3. Question of Geography

    4. Linen

    5. The Words

    6. Animal Days

    7. Qasida

    8. One, Two, Three

    9. You Essai. You Ok.

    10. Summer Solstice

    11. African Violets

    12. The Rowan Tree

    13. For Paul / Coming Out of Winter

    14. October Night

    15. Czech Dream

    16. Gorgeous

    17. Late Journeys

    18. The Wind Rises

    19. Salt Water

    20. Hampton Court Shelter

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