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From Angkor Wat to Aeaea, through hostels and Hades, these poems layer lyric intensity and formal experiments as they chart mythic cartographies defined by tourism, imperial formations and globalisation.

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Like white dresses fluttering in the wind, this hallucinatory poem moves between reconfigurations of the Crusades, the myth of St George and the Dragon, and the role of art as protest for global bodily autonomy.

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Katabasis means a descent, the sinking of the winds or sun, a military retreat, a trip down into the underworld.


A reassembled Lake whose surface is clogged with toxic translation detritus, phantom spam calls, invasive robot squirrels, George Oppen's wooden cabinets, and shreds of yellow skin.

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