The eighth instalment of our fiction and poetry magazine is out now, with new work by current and future Test Centre authors, plus an exciting selection of contributions from writers published by Test Centre for the first time. Released in a limited edition of 250 copies, the magazine is A4 and stapled, with cover artwork by Ahren Warner.
Contributors: Oli Hazzard, David Hayden, Kathryn Maris, Sam Buchan-Watts, Robert Herbert McClean, Ahren Warner, Laura Elliott, Jean Daive, Paul Buck, Eugène Savitzkaya, Ulli Freer, Opal Louis Nations, Guy Birchard, David Miller, Stephen Watts, Iain Sinclair, Allen Fisher, Chris Torrance, Phil Maillard, Jeremy Hilton, Leonie Rushforth, Daisy Lafarge, Edwina Attlee, Dominic Hale, Wayne Holloway-Smith and Jen Calleja.
We are delighted to announce the publication oflemon, egg, bread, the long-awaited debut from Laura Elliott. The collection is a series of imagistic poems which read as an attempt to speed-write the still-life image. Drawn out of a process of meditation on and intervention within various still life compositions, the poems explores practices of re-articulation.
Nights of Poor Sleep is a collaborative publication from poet Rachael Allen and artist Marie Jacotey. The book is an extended series of responses and engagements between the two artists’ work, showing a critical and creative engagement between the interconnected forms and processes of painting and writing poetry.