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Fractures Unleashed!

It’s official! My first poetry collection, Fractures, is on its way from Tapsalteerie Towers to the printers and you can pre-order it through the website here. It’s a collection of haiku and haiku-like poems (basically I play fast-and-loose with the official

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Kyourai’s Hut

I’ve been pretty busy on the writing front recently, unfortunately none of it is in any state to discuss here. Until it is, here’s the latest issue of Eastlit magazine, which contains a rare poem by me. It was initially

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China

About two years ago I went to China for three weeks. I spent the first week in and around Shanghai with my wife then, when she had to return to Japan for work, I met up with my friend Robert

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