psychic poems

an extract of psychic poems, in datableed issue ||||||||| , (whichever that is); which are

“… assumed to be [poems written down by one person as dictation] from a signal another person transmits to them telepathically. To facilitate this process, a method of starting to write at pre-stipulated times, with the conscious intention both to send and receive a signal, was adopted. Within reason, non-coincident actual writing times were considered relatively unimportant, given the regularity of a writing routine – two times a week – possibly establishing a more constant, yet fluctuating transmission. Transmission and reception took place at terrestrially significant distance (Melbourne – Berlin), with associated non-telepathic communication sparse (e-mail). The relevance of these factors, and the “psychic” character of the writing, in the sense of “characterised by psychic gifts” (which neither writer personally claims) could then be discerned by comparing the corresponding poems. Alternatively, the writing could be used as source material for compositions that would contain traces of telepathically-transmitted signals, as is the case here.”

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chapbook

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a new, untitled chapbook of a poem partly based on writing by Tom Allen, Antoine Hummel, Juan Diego Otero and Natalie Häusler.

Paper copies (A5, 28pp., colour cover) available for €6 (includes postage).

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Two poems in Datableed issue six.

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dumping: SPLAT! (2nd edition), Sam Langer % Jeroen Nieuwland, AFNHP9

SPLAT (2nd edition), Sam Langer, Jeroen Nieuwland, Berlin, A Firm Nigh Holistic Press, 2015 – 2016. 85pp. 5,- — a collaboration of  between Sam Langer and Jeroen Nieuwland * + + # ̵…

Source: dumping: SPLAT! (2nd edition), Sam Langer % Jeroen Nieuwland, AFNHP9

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FRISTZETTEL

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Mein Fern Bus

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Correspondence II

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