Monday, 28 September 2009

Me again

Another self-promoting post, I'm afraid. Here's a two-page glimpse of the first number of the new Cambridge Literary Review, which not only contains this poem, written in 1973, but also a memoir of my meeting with the concrete poet Dom Sylvester Houédard, or dsh, as he preferred to be known. It's shockingly candid, as people used to say when reticence was a virtue. (Click to embiggen.)

If you'd like to know more about this excellent review, the first issue of which is dedicated to Cambridge writing, click here.


gnute said...

Hello, think it would be possible to post a larger jpeg of your poem? Even when I 'embiggen' it, it's unreadable on my screen. Thanks.

Charles Lambert said...

No problem. I actually posted the poem some time ago on this blog, so you can find it here: