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Poems in Anthologies

Cover of 'Sleekit: Contemporary poems in Burns stanza'; woodcut of the legs and lower body of what appears to be a cat, with the books title superimposed in italic sans serif on a pink background. Below the title, the text 'edited by Lou Selfridge'.

Sleekit: Contemporary poems in the Burns stanza, edited by Lou Selfridge, Tapsalteerie, 2024. Buy it here.

Both covers - red and green versions - of Hit Points: An anthology of video game poetry. Pixelated text on a plain coloured background.

Hit Points: An anthology of video game poetry, edited by Aaron Kent and Matthew Haigh, Broken Sleep Books, 2020. Buy it here.

Cover of Virtual Oasis: An anthology of human-AI responses. Clipart style title in shades of blue above a vaporwave-style image of two silhouetted pink palm trees between which a hammock is suspended, poised above a geometric white grid.

Virtual Oasis: An anthology of human-AI responses, edited by Dan Power, Trickhouse Press, 2021. Buy it here.

Cover of You've got so many machines, Richard: an anthology of Aphex Twin poetry. Stylised pause button and various coloured bars vaguely resembling a synth rack.

You’ve got so many machines, Richard: an anthology of Aphex Twin poetry, edited by Aaron Ken and Rishi Dastidar, Broken Sleep Books, 2022. Buy it here.

Cover for the weird folds: everyday poems from the anthropocene. a lurid green background with a selection of images: a facemask; a star or light; an empty plastic cup floating in the ocean; a mushroom; algae or similar; an individual in an expansive space looking at an uncanny spherical object in a lightly-clouded blue sky.

the weird folds: everyday poems from the anthropocene, edited by Maria Sledmere and Rhian Williams, Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2020. Buy it here.

Cover of Aiblins: New Scottish Political Poetry. A red boat on a calm blue sea.

Aiblins: New Scottish Political Poetry, edited by Katie Ailes and Sarah Paterson, Luath Press, 2014. Out of print.


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