№ 11 | 14 January 2022 Rather than dedicate this newsletter to love and eros, the disgrace of Boris Johnson has resulted in its theme being ‘love and libertines’. Please read on.
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№ 10 | 7 Jan 2022 • With the present threat of hypersonic weapons, and a future threat of fractal bombardment from space, is it best, for now perhaps…
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№ 9 | 31 Dec 2021 · Poetry is its own truth – it cannot tell the truth as science, law, philosophy or ideology see it. Nor is it little more than a…
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№ 8 | 24 Dec 2021 · Christmas Eve this year is overshadowed by the threat of war in eastern Europe and the Pacific. Let us consider what Christmas is…
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№ 7 | 17 Dec 2021 · It takes a lot of work to sustain a small nation state like Aotearoa New Zealand, and from 2016 it got a lot harder. Nothing can be…
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№ 6 | 10 Dec 2021 • Women lead epic lives. Yet, where are they as the composers of epic poetry? The truth is that women are continually composing epics…
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№ 5 | 3 Dec 2021 • While Crete 1941 suggests a republic will emerge in New Zealand, the lesson of Friedrich Hölderlin’s life and poetics is perhaps that…
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№ 4 | 26 Nov 2021 • Does transformation occur during and because of a revolution of some kind, or does the change that matters occur in response to the…
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