Image Generation by John Cayley – launch reading at Birkbeck College, London, 14 July 2015, 7.30pm

John Cayley, Phillip Terry, Daniel O’Donnell-Smith

7.30 pm, Tuesday 14th July 2015

Room 416, Malet Street building, Birkbeck College

All welcome – free entry

Featuring the launch of John Cayley’s new Veer Book, Image Generation

065 John Cayley – Image Generation
Veer Publication 071 [ISBN: 978-1-907088-82-7]

‘image generation brings clarity reading through itself. from the first surprise of narratives into the transformed permutations, shifts against revealed repetition and derivation clones from those narratives already provided to some extent provided. two column syntactic overlap nouns given as placed verb it. and then describes the compositional order of two word columns broken into breaches and breath groups and then narrative collages until broken elements repaired with sound, use computer generation rather than aleatory. in a noisy world full of claims and conformity, a clear water made possible through modernist endeavour. the collection demonstrates a meeting of confidence with eloquence.’ (Allen Fisher)

210x138mm size. 144 pages. July 2015. £8.00

Links for ordering, more information:

www.veerbooks.com/John-Cayley-Image-Generation

www.veerbooks.com/News-from-Veer

‘John Cayley is a poet of thoughtful process and this collection both embodies and reflects upon the workings of his/our language. Critical insight about process moves through the depths and shallows of personal imagery here, pulling insight to the surface of attention, like a figure always in/on moving water, shifting even as we apprehend it. Recognition of the digital, networked, electronic conditions of composition are everywhere, but this is not a book about technology, rather, it is a work conceived within the multiple mediations of how, now, poetic forms come into being within ‘the commons of language.’ (Johanna Drucker)