Servant Drone

Bruno Neiva, Servant Drone

Livro de Paul Hawkins e Bruno Neiva. [Ligações. Sinopses. Imagens]

Detalhes > Servant Drone, Paul Hawkins e Bruno Neiva, impressão a jato de tinta sobre papel, encadernação perfeita, capa mole, 14.2 x 20.3 cm, 66 pp.,1ª edição: Knives Forks and Spoons Press, Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside, Reino Unido, ​Novembro 2015, ISBN 978-1-909-44380-8, arte de capa: Privados Um por Bárbara Mesquita.

Descrição > Livro de poemas colaborativo de Bruno Neiva e Paul Hawkins. Um diálogo de chamada e resposta produzido a partir de fragmentos de texto encontrado.

Sinopses >

“Reading Servant Drone is like rifling through Tristan Tzara’s confidential waste, receiving a spam email from Kurt Schwitters or eavesdropping on an inaudible conversation at the fringes of a deconstructivist house party. Fragmentary and beautifully bewildering, this is a work of dense collage, where found and made text stack up to build an edifice that threatens to topple time and again but is saved by a change in wind direction. Servant Drone is in perpetual motion, a shaken snow globe of references and registers, refusing the easy eternal verities, finding instead a more complex truth in the temporary furniture of the sublunar sphere. Deeply nuanced and obliquely radical, this is a book to keep in your pocket as a charm against the liquid spectres of a late capitalist Monday morning.” (Tom Jenks)

“What is the worst poetry myth? That it is a singular form, not naturally lending itself to collaboration? Or that what is actually contemporary, relevant, dynamic, is innately experimental or strange? Servant Drone is one of the finest examples of a poetic work which destroys both superstitions in one fell sweep. It is energetic, decisive, colloquial and necessary. It is a work of synthesis between two exceptional vanguard poets that balances satire, critique and humour with an intense methodological engagement.” (SJ Fowler)

Histórico de publicação >

​#10 (Hawkins), #10 (Neiva), #11 (Hawkins) e #11 (Neiva), Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Lonres, Reino Unido e Seattle, WA, EUA, Setembro 2015.

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