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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 To Un Fold a Body of Small Talks
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'If a person bi"en by a mad dog looks in the mirror, they will see the animal's image reflected there. and ese are not my words, they are Paul the Silentiary's words. A silentiary is an advocate for silence: did Paul occupy a quiet body? I wonder this now but not o!en. When I imagine his words and his mirror, I assume a loud body, something collapsing. Either way, it does not ma"er. I only need to write the body down for it to remember itself.' (Publication abstract)

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    y separately published work icon The Lifted Brow no. 42 June 2019 16842619 2019 periodical issue 'A  poet friend told me recently that they wished their poem was a brick. A festival director friend said that it's just writers having a chat. And a friend with a grant to write a novel has just taken up carpentry.' (Editorial introduction) 2019 pg. 73-80
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