Performance and the Gold Leaves.
Ted Jenner's introduction
to ancient Greek reliquary inscriptions upon
gold leaf. Ted Jenner
is working on a publication of
translations (with selected original
inscriptions and an in-depth Introduction) for release in 2013. This brief introduction was published in Percutio 2009 (updated 14.07.2012)
Indian Ocean Essays: Jacques Coulardeau
Hub Transport in 2012. While not concerned directly with changing regional poetics, this paper on mercantile developments in the Indian Ocean area adduces the extraordinary forces operating upon the region. The effect of these upon art and culture has yet to be measured. Jacques Coulardeau. (Updated 14.07.2012).
Sri Lanka from the Arrival of Homo Sapiens to the Indian Ocean Maritime Hub. [10.8MB pdf] Jacques Coulardeau and Ivan Eve (updated 3.11.2011). Abstract.
A Buddhist Debate in the Sigiri Graffiti. Essay
by Jacques Coulardeau.Published in Percutio 2008. (Updated 13.06.2010)
Jonathan Crayford, pianist.
Percutio's editor questions Jonathan
about his approach to improvisation. (Updated 12.07.2012).
In Love with the Chinese Novel: A
Voyage around the Hung Lou Meng. (Updated 14.06.2010)
A few thoughts on sampling by Jack Ross (updated 19.8.05).
Poems on Curved Surface. Thoughts on Egyptian Ostraca. Published
in Percutio 2009 (12.06.2010)
Berlin Alexanderplatz (Fassbinder) at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Bill
Direen. Published in Percutio
Innings and Outings. Touching on the erotic in New
Zealand poetry. Bill Direen. First published
in Planet Magazine (ed.
Russell Brown), Auckland 1994. (updated 2005)
Bridging, Living, Writing.
Essay by German scholar Nils Plath, translated
by the author into English. Published in Percutio 2006 (updated
UEberbruecken, Leben, Schreiben. The same essay by Nils Plath in German. First published in Percutio
2006 (updated 16.06.2010).
Random Infinite Part
One of an essay on the mathematical
puzzle of the random infinite.
Ongoing. By Nick Ascroft
as Ecosystem: Five Meandering
Notes on Graham Lindsays The Subject. Essay
by Scott Hamilton. An introduction
to the poetry of Graham Lindsay
Poet as Fraud: A Composite. Essay
about, in the words of the author,
"literary nepotism and
intellectual heists", by Stephen Oliver (updated 6.8.05)
appraisals. Brett Cross (updated 2005)