Simulacrum Press #6: ‘Running credit checks with no shame now’ by Daniel f. Bradley

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Simulacrum Press enthusiastically let’s loose on the world Daniel f. Bradley’s Running credit checks with no shame now. Printed in an edition 45, this colourful, saddle stitched chapbook spans 38 pages.

With it’s title lifted from the lyrics of Nelly’s Ride with Me, Daniel f. Bradley puts forth Running credit checks with no shame now. Using ‘the’ as a sign post, Bradley navigates a mass of lines encountered on the information highway to compose a driving poetic sequence framed by a question of ownership, possession, and the hierarchy which arises from these. Punctuated by Bradley’s continuing refusal to claim copyright, the spirit of open sharing dreams a mobility where borders/limits are a tool of creation, not of restriction.

Daniel f. Bradley has been writing and making books since the mid 1980’s in Toronto. He has a couple of collections of poetry, including the sharp corners, (the expert press, 1999) and pornographic novel (fdriveshesaid@gmail.com, 2014). Bradley is a staunch supporter of the independent d.i.y. small press, having almost the entirety of his published work from the micro section of the small press petri dish. He lives with his girlfriend and their almost teenage daughter.

Running credit checks with no shame now can be purchased here.

 

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