The online literary journal h& curated by Ian Whistle has published another piece from my concrete/conceptual project KIM.

KIM was created by opening a jpeg image of Kim Jong-un in Wordpad which in turn created a wasteland of text at the push of a button. Treating that text as a blasted landscape, I photographed it to create concrete poems reminiscent of aerial photography.

If you haven’t yet, visit h&. It is an always intreging and challenging journal which focuses prodominantly on visual/ concrete poetry.

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