Paperback; 198 x 129 mm; 249 pp.
Published June 2016
A stark exploration of a life given over to the observation of other, equally unsatisfactory lives, Neil Godsell's debut fiction for voices is a typically disquieting blend of broken-down philosophy, mild dysphoria, and grot.
Paperback; 198 x 129 mm; 58 pp.
Published August 2017
Charged with the welfare of a dying man he’s destined never to meet, and convicted of ideological misdemeanours which are never fully delineated, an unnamed public servant is sent for retraining at an institute for corporate compliance where indiscriminate tactility, strategic nudism and forced emotional intimacy are mercilessly deployed as a means of transforming inmates into stakeholders. A mock-heroic long poem in free verse, drawing extensively on the rich contemporary lexicon of vacuous corporate verbiage.
Paperback; 198 x 129 mm; 44 pp.
Published October 2016
Excess and anomie, rampant pullulation, a world consuming itself to death. Twenty-five acerbic poems worked up from the dreck and detritus.