Circulation By Graham Fulton Clochoderick Press, 2018
75 pages, £7.99
ISBN 978-1-912345-02-1

Circulation is less a stream of consciousness than an explosion throwing experiences, observations and mini-universes into the air to see what happens as they soar and spin. Dark arteries of poetry with veins and capillaries flowing you out of the comfort zone into unexpected and thought-tangling corners, places not often visited, magic encounters never to be explained. Poems about breath and blood, trains and food, bombs and bins. Rats and foxes, innocent children, paper clips and wrinkly poets. Everything moving in restless eddies of colour, sense and sound. Paisley vampires and Pied Pipers leading you everywhere and nowhere, and back to the start.


"It is important to add that this voice has never been and never will be Glaswegian. This is Paisley in all its strange glory, eccentric waywardness and accidental majesty ... alternative ways of seeing, moments when things become different"

David Manderson, Laldy! magazine

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