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Her Name Upon The Strand

The stories in Her Name Upon the Strand are a curious mixture of the strange and fantastical, the macabre and the enchanted. And the volume itself is a hybrid creature — straddling a range of formats, from incantatory prose poems to experimental lists that enumerate diverse and at times incongruous elements, in addition to conventional stories, some of moderate […]

Anything You Can Get Away with: Creative Practices

This book takes stock of the practices of writing poetry, taking street photographs, and creative writing scholarship. It adopts both imaginative and critical ways of writing and exploring both texts and practices. I think of myself as a MacGyver-type character, indulging in the art of bricolage, pulling together poetry, street photography, and autoethnography. Marshall McLuhan […]

The Technological Sublime

The Technological Sublime describes the increasing disempowerment and disenchantment of humanity in a world governed by data and machine to machine communication. Through a critical and deconstructive reading of the founding ideas and aspirations of communication theory the author explores how the role of humans was, from the very outset, destined and designed to become […]

Making up with JB

This book addresses the question: what happens after the betrayal? And it comes after the orgy of Why hasn’t JB already disappeared (Delere Press, 2017): keeping in mind that the title is in the form of a statement, and not a question; even though the quest constantly haunts what is stated, and remains with us […]

je me touche

« Since its earliest appearances in 1932, Flann O’Brien’s ‘John Duffy’s Brother’ has fascinated and troubled readers, very often simultaneously. Jeremy Fernando has offered, for the first time, an extended meditation on the internal life and times of John Duffy’s brother — an identity so anonymous, so approximate to each of our selves that we […]