POE Poetry

Zines that mainly consist of poetry.

A Draft for Asinabka

A narrative mirror of appropriation and erasure reveals the rhetoric of legal and public discourse around Windmill’s corporate ZIBI development on unceded Algonquin land. A vision of a nation sold – rivers dammed, water privatised, the sacred disremembered, the rich honoured. A project of documentary and archival reconstruction, A Draft for Asinabka references experimental poetics, where fragmentation tells a history on the precipice of past and present.

Remembering Soweto 1976

A Manila Brown half-page zine with a Shuka blanket background with a black square on top of the background in the centre. In the black square it says the title, the author and editor, and a outline map of the African Continent.
The hallmarks of the author's poetry can be found in this volume also. An awareness of suffering and injustice, a concern for human rights, a sensitive evocation of place and circumstance, a remmberance of fallen comrades, a celebration of resistance and fortitude, and a stubborn love of mankind.