daniel ward — IchikawaEdward — Ichikawa Lee — Joshua Edward —Ainslie Templeton — Amrita Hepi — Samuel Lieblich — Arini Byn — Bridie Lunney — Carmen-Sibha Keiso — Chi Tran — Claire Lambe — Eugene Choi — Eugene Yiu Nam Cheung — Jacinta Keef — Justine Youssef — Kat Capel — Kiri-Una Brito Meumann — Lil Palser Barto — Sophia Walsh — Jessica Pearson — Angus McGrath — Bridget Chappell — Mara Schwerdtfeger Hana Pera Aoake — Amy Parker — Liv Moriarty — Miso Bell — Ritika Vohra — Kata Szász — nat brigg — Cristina Dawn — Dina Saifo — Vi Massa — Gareth Morga — Audrey Pfister — april phillips —Alex Klages — Jasper McGrath —Campbell Rothnie — Mira Schlosberg — Neika Lehman — Chunxia Qu — Bridie Lunney — Spencer Lai — Agnes Whalan — felix garner davis — Tim Hardy — Lia Dewey Morgan — Bridget Erin Flack — Bridget Gilmartin — Shannon May Powel — 

2021, english — metalic softcover — 164 pages — 108 x 178 mm
First edition, edition of 200, numbered


no more poetry presents drone, the debut collection from poet felix garner-davis.  the book is simple, in that it directs us where to look. high up in the apartment of words the poet offers the audience a window, from which the abundance, beauty, pain and peculiarity of the world can be observed. the poet boldly enacts the role of surveyor, of witness and of voyeur, and asks that we follow suit.  the poems offer new perspectives for which to frame the mechanical and the natural, the quiet and the dizzying. with precision and generosity garner-davis offers an inquisitive consideration of people and their many strange performances within time. the poet asks the audience to join him as the grounded witness; to pause and breath, and in turn celebrate one’s hereness. the poem sings of our aliveness! garner-davis places the reader firmly by his feet, neck tilted against the glass pane of the building or the taxi-cab or the train or the motorcar. thrust into the streets that carry the great disconnect of living; of lives separated and alien, and yet so proximal to our own. this is a book of city poems, guided by the poet, whom we may also call the drone. this is a book that collects many small songs of the everyday and asks us to sing them. drone is a celebration of moments and their endurance


felix is a writer, spoken-word artist & architecture student.
he lives in naarm & co-edits the literary journal
malevolent soap.


@felixgarnerdavis
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