(a little late)
If you haven’t caught up with the latest edition of Cordite – do yourself a favour. This edition focuses on mathematics – and I particularly liked Roy Voragen’s primal #m74207281 which is the current largest Mersene Prime Number. Talk about dedication.
Also in Cordite is Yasmin Heisler review of asemic 15. Asemic writing is a ‘wordless open semantic form of writing’. A new form to me.
Finally, check out Gulf Pines a terrific free (that’s right) chapbook from Algy River Carnival – it’s a lovely production combining wide-ranging verse from Diana Young with dystopian photography by R Young.
Image: detail from Roy Voragen’s poem primal #m74207281. And music this week – here’s Faure’s Requiem – with Sara Macliver soprano, Sinfonia Australis, Antony Walker conductor – bliss.