The third pamphlet in the quarterly poetry series is now available from The Poetry Point Press – see the contact details below – or from Jam Records in Falmouth Pamphlet […]
Described as poetry journalism, Pamphlet Two sets out to explore contemporary issues and personal observation. Issues and themes range from intolerance and hate crime to reflections on landscape and internal […]
Pamphlet One comprises eight new poems by Mac Dunlop that engage with the personal and political. They range in theme from mass media events to awkward cultural traditions, with some […]
by Mac Dunlop
published by The Poetry Point Press
During the autumn of 2016, Mac Dunlop was writer in residence for 6 weeks at Trelissick House, as part of the ‘A Place to Write” project. The aim of the overall project was to encourage visitors to find inspiration and their own creativity in the house, gardens and history of the place.
Discourses and debates taking place on media platforms like twitter engage us in new literary formats that some think of as poetic in and of themselves…
Here is a link to the eprint version of Road to Automata a collaboration between The Poetry Point’s editor Mac Dunlop, Falmouth Art Gallery, and Penryn College.
The Poetry Point is pleased to announce the final publication of Road to Automata, a creative writing and design project facilitated by Mac Dunlop and The Poetry Point Press in […]