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Saturday, July 19, 2014

Book Launch at Readings Carlton: Stu Hatton's Glitching


Stu Hatton's will launch his second collection of poetry Glitching in August in Melbourne.


From Stu's flyer: 
(outer) publishing is delighted to invite you to the Melbourne launch of Glitching by Stu Hatton. The book will be launched by Jo Scicluna.


Monday the 25th of August 2014 Readings Carlton
309 Lygon St
6pm for 6.30pm start.

 Launch details:
Glitches of perception ... glitches in the data, in the signal ... cracks, chaos engines ... glitching as music tweaked out of noise ...

Glitching is Stu Hatton’s second collection of poems. The book is divided into ten thematic sections: ‘entrances’, ‘detours’, ‘glitching’, ‘wasted’, ‘couplings’, ‘futures’, ‘midways’, ‘soil’, ‘entheogen’ and ‘exits’. Glitching tilts towards a poetry of error, malfunction, accident, remixing and transformation.


Further Info:

If you’re unable to make it to the launch, Glitching can be purchased as a paperback (AU$20 plus postage) from here: http://www.lulu.com/shop/stu-hatton/glitching/paperback/product-21663835.html

Or you can download the book as a PDF file from here: http://payhip.com/b/L7hu
The PDF is offered on a pay-what-you-feel basis. In other words, whatever you’d like to pay, from $0 up. If you’d prefer to pay nothing (for whatever reason), that’s no problem, and entirely up to you.

Stu Hatton can be contacted here: www.stuhatton.net


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