To the heralds of truth perpetual memory; to the orthodox senate many years.
"Live At Late Dilated Ileum"
by Stuart Calton
Here is a new book of poems. It's A5 and about 30 pages long, and divided into four movements. This is the second edition and it's GLOSSY. Highly GLOSSY. It's about anality, projective identification, horse anatomy, St Lucy of Syracuse and femoral hernias. It also features an imaginary off licence, an imaginary all-night chemist, an imaginary motorway service station, nine imaginary pubs, a marmoset, a counter-marmoset and a leech.