Following on from Servant Drone (KF&S Press 2015) experimental collaborative work by bruno neiva and I has gathered pace and we're very pleased to say Team Trident Press will be publishing The Secret of Good Posture. Out October 2016, a set of altered pamphlets, one by bruno & one by paul, Risograph printed in a … Continue reading The Secret of Good Posture by bruno neiva & Paul Hawkins to be published in Oct by Team Trident Press
Nice review of mine & bruno's Servant Drone book in the latest issue of the legendary YELLOWFIELD magazine. Big thanks to Mathew and Eric. If you like what you read here, you can get hold of a signed copy from me by emailing hesterglock at gmail dot com.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThVUK9Y96Ck Here is the whole video of me & bruno reading our collaborative text Servant Drone at Gato Vadio, Porto, Portugal on 19th March 2016. Gato Vadio is renown in Portugal as being an important cultural landmark for its promotion and support of experimental and radical arts, including cinema, poetry, writing and art. Xerox/experimental poet/artist … Continue reading Servant Drone live in Porto
Thanks to Richard Pople for the photo of Sarer, Liz (Chair of the Bristol Oporto Association) and me at the launch of Servant Drone at the Bloom and Curll Bookshop, Bristol.
Servant Drone; a collaborative poetry project by bruno neiva and Paul Hawkins, published by Alec Newman's Knives Forks and Spoons Press. #10 read by Paul and Sarer Scotthorne (reading bruno's text) at the Bristol launch, Bloom and Curll Books March 25. Paul is reading his text, with Sarer Scotthorne reading bruno's text. Cover artwork by … Continue reading #10 from Servant Drone: Paul Hawkins and Sarer Scotthorne
Bristol launch for Servant Drone As bruno was unable to travel to Bristol last Friday, Paul and poet Sarer Scotthorne read nearly all of Servant Drone, Sarer reading bruno’s text. We read at the Bloom & Curll Bookshop to a lively crowd, well supported by Bristol/Porto Association members. Liz Gamlin, the BPA chairwoman introduced the … Continue reading Servant Drone Bristol performance
Servant Drone launches Servant Drone (KF&S Press 2015) will be launched in 2016 with free readings of the whole text by bruno & me in Porto and myself in Bristol on the following dates; Saturday March 19: Gato Vadio Rua do rosário, 281 4050-525 Porto 8pm Friday March 25: Bloom & Curll Bookshop, 72 Colston … Continue reading Servant Drone book launches
Servant Drone (KF&S Press) will be launched with a reading of the whole text by authors bruno & Paul in Porto and in Bristol on the following dates; Saturday March 19: Gato Vadio, Rua do rosário, 281 4050-525 Porto - 8pm - free entry Saturday March 26: The Arts House, 108a Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 … Continue reading Servant Drone to be launched in Porto and Bristol
‘Brilliant collaborative poetry collection (of which there are far too few) taking on a necessary issue in necessarily disjunctive ways.’ SJ Fowler 3:AM magazine on Servant Drone We made the 3:AM MAGAZINE Top Reads of 2015 list for Steven J. Fowler. It’s exciting to be alongside the stellar company of; Tom Jenks, Spruce (Blart Books) … Continue reading Servant Drone makes SJ Fowler’s 3:AM MAGAZINE Top Reads of 2015
NEW books >> Place Waste Dissent (Influx Press) avant-garde experimental text collage I've a ltd. number of signed copies available £9.99 + p&p worldwide BUY Reviews '. . . the book is stamped with left-field credentials: Gee Vaucheresque monochrome montages of photos, police documents, agitprop fliers and eviction notices circumscribe and blend into the verse … Continue reading New Books
Knives Forks & Spoons Press have published Servant Drone, a collaborative text of exploratory poetry from Porto & Bristol by bruno neiva and Paul Hawkins. '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 bruno … Continue reading Servant Drone (KF&S Press) by bruno neiva & Paul Hawkins is out now . . .
“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, … Continue reading SJ Fowler on the forthcoming Hawkins/Neiva Servant Drone collection
Thanks to poetry editor Erik Kennedy for publishing #10 & #11 from the new Servant Drone collaborative text due out very soon on Knives, Forks & Spoons Press. Read it in full here … SJ Fowler had this to say on the new Servant Drone collection; “What is the worst poetry myth? That it is … Continue reading Queen Mob’s Teahouse publish Servant Drone texts
More has been added to an extensive interview with Bruno Neiva and I by Chris Turnbull over at Ottawa Poetry. Here's an excerpt; Q: How has living in other regions physically affected your writing? What choices have you made, writing wise, as an effect of moving/displacement/returns? Did you move while working on Servant Drone? Do … Continue reading Ottawa Poetry interview . . .
Over at the Ottowa Poetry website, Chris Turnbull interviewed Bruno Neiva about his work, and also interviewed the pair of us about our Servant Drone collaboration, which will see the light of day in print thanks to Alec Newman's Knives Forks & Spoons Press (KFS: 2015). Q: There’s about 30 pages each of Servant Drone -- did … Continue reading Servant Drone interview at Ottawa poetry
Servant Drone collaborator Bruno Neiva has an in-depth profile and interview with Chris Turnbull online at Ottawa Poetry here . I'm climbing aboard the interview over the coming week, talking about Servant Drone (due to be published by the end of the year by Knives, Forks & Spoons Press), collaboration, politics, place, contradiction, social commentary, … Continue reading Servant Drone interview
So text artist bruno neiva and I have been sending each other words and taking it in turns to read what the other wrote, and then using the others words as a diving board into writing a response. Sort of. We called the whole thing Servant Drone. We don't know what it means. But what … Continue reading bruno neiva and me collaborating