‘At the end of each song he lays the saxophone on his lap, leans over and spits into a tin bucket. The floorboards under his chair are worn from years of heels tapping syncopated rhythms. His toe breaks through the sole of the boot, yet the shine remains jet black and sharp…’
Gabriel Rosenstock discusses the philosophy of Haiku and the ability of the form to disrupt everyday ways of seeing and thinking. ‘Emptiness’, his collaborative work with American Photographer Ron Rosenstock, is out now from Long Exposure Press.
‘The richness of this book lies not in any one person’s contribution, but in the fertile space between them – between word and image, between languages, between word and silence, between landscape and light.’
Long Exposure Magazine is now offering feedback and guidance on a selection of your poetry.
For Ezra Pound il miglior fabbro. (The better crasftsman.) – T.S Eliot’s dedication, The Wasteland, 1922. For some, the act of writing can be seen as highly individual, even solitary in nature. However, with the amount of participation in creative writing courses of various types over the past several years, there is a definite engagement […]