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Memory and rehearsal. The cognitive processes upon which we have learned to depend, they keep us in our context, which is where we are screwed. She said, "Use your imagination to set yourself free, be inspired to think the unthinkable." And I did. But there are so many things that contain us. Hegemonick is a 'free history' of the war against children, something unearthed; it is a delusional narrative, an ode to oblivion; a hymn to the goddess, the once and future porn queen; a therapeutic journal, partially rewritten; a decoy (but not a plan).
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  • Paperback | 114 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 6mm | 155g
  • Shearsman Books
  • Exeter, United Kingdom
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1848612206
  • 9781848612204
  • 2,622,055

About Andrew Jordan

Andrew Jordan lives in Southampton. He edits 10th Muse magazine (some issues of which are available online, archived by the Poetry Library of Great Britain), and produces the Listening Voice newletter of the Equi-Phallic Alliance. From November 2000 to May 2001 he was writer-in-residence at Haslar prison, then a Home Office Holding Centre, now a Removal Centre. Most of the detainees are refugees, including survivors of torture. Hegemonick is his second collection from Shearsman.
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