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Neru Phuyt
£12.00 buy
Neru Phuyt is a new magazine dedicated to using contributions from artists and writers in an attempt to establish connections between ancient and contemporary modes of behaviour. Through the cultivation of drawing and writing, the impetus of the project is to explore the customs and ceremonies involved in the prosaic acts of daily life, identifying the rituals and catalysts that surround indicative experiences and artistic production. Creating a chronicle of entropic vernaculars, gathered together to reveal a kind of residue of the native culture they were born from, the magazine is preoccupied with a personal archaeology, far from any mechanistic and empirical means of witnessing.
The theme of the first issue centers on the magazine’s name, Neru Phuyt, meaning Shepherd of the Royal Anusin ancient Egyptian. A title held by the Pharaoh’s court physician who exclusively dealt with all enema related matters. The space between the pages becomes a place where the savage and the civilized meet. A form of ‘antimony’ for makers who are occupied with salvaging, recycling and regurgitating image and narrative, preferring to adopt the effects of faith and imagination in place of reality. 
Published and designed by Ross and Jordan Taylorprinted by Hato press
Softcover in gold, shimmering, embossed205 x 284mm4 colour riso print

I have five poems in issue one of Neru phuyt magazine, now available at Tender books London

tenderbooks:

Neru Phuyt
£12.00 buy
Neru Phuyt is a new magazine dedicated to using contributions from artists and writers in an attempt to establish connections between ancient and contemporary modes of behaviour. Through the cultivation of drawing and writing, the impetus of the project is to explore the customs and ceremonies involved in the prosaic acts of daily life, identifying the rituals and catalysts that surround indicative experiences and artistic production. Creating a chronicle of entropic vernaculars, gathered together to reveal a kind of residue of the native culture they were born from, the magazine is preoccupied with a personal archaeology, far from any mechanistic and empirical means of witnessing.
The theme of the first issue centers on the magazine’s name, Neru Phuyt, meaning Shepherd of the Royal Anusin ancient Egyptian. A title held by the Pharaoh’s court physician who exclusively dealt with all enema related matters. The space between the pages becomes a place where the savage and the civilized meet. A form of ‘antimony’ for makers who are occupied with salvaging, recycling and regurgitating image and narrative, preferring to adopt the effects of faith and imagination in place of reality. 
Published and designed by Ross and Jordan Taylorprinted by Hato press
Softcover in gold, shimmering, embossed205 x 284mm4 colour riso print

I have five poems in issue one of Neru phuyt magazine, now available at Tender books London

tenderbooks:

Neru Phuyt
£12.00 buy
Neru Phuyt is a new magazine dedicated to using contributions from artists and writers in an attempt to establish connections between ancient and contemporary modes of behaviour. Through the cultivation of drawing and writing, the impetus of the project is to explore the customs and ceremonies involved in the prosaic acts of daily life, identifying the rituals and catalysts that surround indicative experiences and artistic production. Creating a chronicle of entropic vernaculars, gathered together to reveal a kind of residue of the native culture they were born from, the magazine is preoccupied with a personal archaeology, far from any mechanistic and empirical means of witnessing.
The theme of the first issue centers on the magazine’s name, Neru Phuyt, meaning Shepherd of the Royal Anusin ancient Egyptian. A title held by the Pharaoh’s court physician who exclusively dealt with all enema related matters. The space between the pages becomes a place where the savage and the civilized meet. A form of ‘antimony’ for makers who are occupied with salvaging, recycling and regurgitating image and narrative, preferring to adopt the effects of faith and imagination in place of reality. 
Published and designed by Ross and Jordan Taylorprinted by Hato press
Softcover in gold, shimmering, embossed205 x 284mm4 colour riso print

I have five poems in issue one of Neru phuyt magazine, now available at Tender books London

tenderbooks:

Neru Phuyt
£12.00 buy
Neru Phuyt is a new magazine dedicated to using contributions from artists and writers in an attempt to establish connections between ancient and contemporary modes of behaviour. Through the cultivation of drawing and writing, the impetus of the project is to explore the customs and ceremonies involved in the prosaic acts of daily life, identifying the rituals and catalysts that surround indicative experiences and artistic production. Creating a chronicle of entropic vernaculars, gathered together to reveal a kind of residue of the native culture they were born from, the magazine is preoccupied with a personal archaeology, far from any mechanistic and empirical means of witnessing.
The theme of the first issue centers on the magazine’s name, Neru Phuyt, meaning Shepherd of the Royal Anusin ancient Egyptian. A title held by the Pharaoh’s court physician who exclusively dealt with all enema related matters. The space between the pages becomes a place where the savage and the civilized meet. A form of ‘antimony’ for makers who are occupied with salvaging, recycling and regurgitating image and narrative, preferring to adopt the effects of faith and imagination in place of reality. 
Published and designed by Ross and Jordan Taylorprinted by Hato press
Softcover in gold, shimmering, embossed205 x 284mm4 colour riso print

I have five poems in issue one of Neru phuyt magazine, now available at Tender books London

tenderbooks:

Neru Phuyt
£12.00 buy
Neru Phuyt is a new magazine dedicated to using contributions from artists and writers in an attempt to establish connections between ancient and contemporary modes of behaviour. Through the cultivation of drawing and writing, the impetus of the project is to explore the customs and ceremonies involved in the prosaic acts of daily life, identifying the rituals and catalysts that surround indicative experiences and artistic production. Creating a chronicle of entropic vernaculars, gathered together to reveal a kind of residue of the native culture they were born from, the magazine is preoccupied with a personal archaeology, far from any mechanistic and empirical means of witnessing.
The theme of the first issue centers on the magazine’s name, Neru Phuyt, meaning Shepherd of the Royal Anusin ancient Egyptian. A title held by the Pharaoh’s court physician who exclusively dealt with all enema related matters. The space between the pages becomes a place where the savage and the civilized meet. A form of ‘antimony’ for makers who are occupied with salvaging, recycling and regurgitating image and narrative, preferring to adopt the effects of faith and imagination in place of reality. 
Published and designed by Ross and Jordan Taylorprinted by Hato press
Softcover in gold, shimmering, embossed205 x 284mm4 colour riso print

I have five poems in issue one of Neru phuyt magazine, now available at Tender books London

tenderbooks:

Neru Phuyt
£12.00 buy
Neru Phuyt is a new magazine dedicated to using contributions from artists and writers in an attempt to establish connections between ancient and contemporary modes of behaviour. Through the cultivation of drawing and writing, the impetus of the project is to explore the customs and ceremonies involved in the prosaic acts of daily life, identifying the rituals and catalysts that surround indicative experiences and artistic production. Creating a chronicle of entropic vernaculars, gathered together to reveal a kind of residue of the native culture they were born from, the magazine is preoccupied with a personal archaeology, far from any mechanistic and empirical means of witnessing.
The theme of the first issue centers on the magazine’s name, Neru Phuyt, meaning Shepherd of the Royal Anusin ancient Egyptian. A title held by the Pharaoh’s court physician who exclusively dealt with all enema related matters. The space between the pages becomes a place where the savage and the civilized meet. A form of ‘antimony’ for makers who are occupied with salvaging, recycling and regurgitating image and narrative, preferring to adopt the effects of faith and imagination in place of reality. 
Published and designed by Ross and Jordan Taylorprinted by Hato press
Softcover in gold, shimmering, embossed205 x 284mm4 colour riso print

I have five poems in issue one of Neru phuyt magazine, now available at Tender books London

tenderbooks:

Neru Phuyt

£12.00 buy

Neru Phuyt is a new magazine dedicated to using contributions from artists and writers in an attempt to establish connections between ancient and contemporary modes of behaviour. Through the cultivation of drawing and writing, the impetus of the project is to explore the customs and ceremonies involved in the prosaic acts of daily life, identifying the rituals and catalysts that surround indicative experiences and artistic production. Creating a chronicle of entropic vernaculars, gathered together to reveal a kind of residue of the native culture they were born from, the magazine is preoccupied with a personal archaeology, far from any mechanistic and empirical means of witnessing.


The theme of the first issue centers on the magazine’s name, Neru Phuyt, meaning Shepherd of the Royal Anusin ancient Egyptian. A title held by the Pharaoh’s court physician who exclusively dealt with all enema related matters. The space between the pages becomes a place where the savage and the civilized meet. A form of ‘antimony’ for makers who are occupied with salvaging, recycling and regurgitating image and narrative, preferring to adopt the effects of faith and imagination in place of reality. 

Published and designed by Ross and Jordan Taylor
printed by Hato press

Softcover in gold, shimmering, embossed
205 x 284mm
4 colour riso print

I have five poems in issue one of Neru phuyt magazine, now available at Tender books London

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I’ve got poems in issue one of new, London based magazine, Neru Phuyt, edited by Ross Taylor and Jordan Taylor. The magazine also features contributions from: 
    Caroline Achaintre, Aaron Angel, Angus Braithwaite, Laura Bygrave     Andrew Clwyd, Beth Collar, Patrick Coyle, Alex Crocker, Grant Foster     Sara Gillies, David Harrison, Kate Hawkins, Iwan Lewis, Adam J Maynard     Neil McNally, Ryan Mosley, Holly Slingsby, Jordan Taylor, Ross Taylor     Bea Turner, Hanna Umin, Jack Vickridge, Max Wade, Madalina Zaharia

www.neruphuyt.org

I’ve got poems in issue one of new, London based magazine, Neru Phuyt, edited by Ross Taylor and Jordan Taylor. The magazine also features contributions from:

    Caroline Achaintre, Aaron Angel, Angus Braithwaite, Laura Bygrave
    Andrew Clwyd, Beth Collar, Patrick Coyle, Alex Crocker, Grant Foster
    Sara Gillies, David Harrison, Kate Hawkins, Iwan Lewis, Adam J Maynard
    Neil McNally, Ryan Mosley, Holly Slingsby, Jordan Taylor, Ross Taylor
    Bea Turner, Hanna Umin, Jack Vickridge, Max Wade, Madalina Zaharia

www.neruphuyt.org

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mellowpageslibrary:

Is it any kind of coincidence that I hadn’t pooped my pants yet today until this Plain Wrap Press package arrived?? http://ift.tt/1kRN4HD

My Chapbook, The Frogs, is now available to read at Mellow Pages Library Brooklyn, alongside all the other hot titles from Plain Wrap Press. $$$$$

mellowpageslibrary:

Is it any kind of coincidence that I hadn’t pooped my pants yet today until this Plain Wrap Press package arrived?? http://ift.tt/1kRN4HD

My Chapbook, The Frogs, is now available to read at Mellow Pages Library Brooklyn, alongside all the other hot titles from Plain Wrap Press. $$$$$

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mynameismudbooks:

BOONA DAROOM - ANOMIE

FORTHCOMING FROM MY NAME IS MUD BOOKS

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My Name is Mud (short fiction/ poetry) now has a TUMBLR. Follow us!
http://mynameismudbooks.tumblr.com/

My Name is Mud (short fiction/ poetry) now has a TUMBLR. Follow us!

http://mynameismudbooks.tumblr.com/

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othersystems:

Sigmar Polke, Man with Ghost, 1964

othersystems:

Sigmar Polke, Man with Ghost, 1964

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