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The Undoing

Elizabeth Stott


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The Undoing is diverse and often playful. ‘Undoing’ can be interpreted in many ways – disassembling, unwinding, deconstruction, unravelling, perhaps downfall. Memory, explication and storytelling is a form of undoing in the selection and ordering of components.

From this, new stories are made. Many of the poems in this pamphlet examine the human existence and experience but sometimes take surreal and hyperbolic form. You’ll find the Big Bang, graffiti, feminist diatribe, computers, restaurants, and wellington boots. The book cover features a painting by Solway-based artist Alison Critchlow – Spooky Action at a Distance.




Maytree Press



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