Posted 12 February 2014 by admin | Comments Off
A found poem by Emma Hammond. Made using a selection of the poet’s ‘favourites’ on Twitter.
What I have attempted to do is write a kind of crowdsourced poem to replicate the idea of stray, difficult to hear voices in EVP. The effects are there to convey the confusion of constant voices you hear while on Twitter.
Emma Hammond is a poet from London. She has published two pamphlets and a full collection.
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