Tag: MARCUS SLEASE POETRY

NOMADIC SURREALISM AND THE MOBILE IMAGINATION

“Slease refuses the comforts of rootedness, stability, permanence. In doing so, he represents what the philosopher Rose Braidotti identifies as the model of nomadic subjectivity “in flux, never opposed to a dominant hierarchy yet intrinsically other, always in the process of becoming, and perpetually engaged in dynamic power relations both

HOW TO GIVE BIRTH IN A HOLE

A few years ago The National Poetry Library in London invited me to record a poem. I decided to read my poem”The Fly“.   After the death of my brother Aaron, I began having a series of dreams about flies. Every night the flies came. One night, I tried to

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