A piratical romp through the cosmos, in which our eponymous heroes escape, variously, a Mediterranean galley-drowning sometime in the late seventeenth century, a high-modernist drawing-room with macaroons and llamas, and a cosmic cult run by a guy with enormous hair, me ‘n’ me trumpet is a tour de force of contemporary experimental verse.
‘Clemens ups the ante in Ozpo when it comes to both topic and technique as he oxygenates traditional form for today’s readers.’ — Pam Brown in Overland
Justin Clemens has published several books of poetry, including The Mundiad (Black Inc 2004),Villain (Hunter 2009) and, most recently, me ‘n’ me trumpet (Vagabond 2011). He also writes on European philosophy and Australian art. A collection of his art-criticism has been republished as Minimal Domination (Surpllus 2011).
Rare Object Number 64.
16 pages. Published 2011.
Cover image by Kay Orchison.