I am very pleased to have a found poem about found poetry included in the June edition of this zine which, as editor Julius Smit outlines,
‘The Projectionist’s Playground is an international quarterly A5 size zine for innovative and experimental work in photography, montage, art and poetry. Poetry can range from collage, concrete, sound poetry, found poetry, juxtaposition, deconstruction, manipulation, appropriation, to open field, dada, cut-up and beyond; the emphasis being on the visual.’
It’s great to see a zine/chapbook [this physical thing] dedicated to work like this, and of course for me to be included – my thanks to Julius. The following is the concluding part of my poem
and if you would like to read what precedes this, and naturally the other poems in this edition, please go here for further information.