New Release: till

It’s a new year, so I thought: why not put together a new collection? And it was so the project which would later be named till came to be. It’s a mini chapbook with 10 very short poems, most of them influenced by A Day at the Beach and Sentences by Robert Grenier and Motes by Craig Dworkin. This closing paragraph, from the afterword in Motes written by Robert Grenier, would occasionally echo in my mind:

“Why moight not the Title/Text Relation (inquired into) yield further knowledge of what it is to be alive in this world, through this form ? ?

You can read till by simply clicking on the link below, after which you will also be able to download a pdf version of the chapbook – if you so choose. Or you can go to BOOKS and click on the chapbook titled till, enter your name and email address, and have a pdf version of the collection sent directly to your email. For free.

http://ebook.elmedinkadric.com/till

This is what Jack Galmitz had to say about till:

“The title of till suspends us in time. We are stretched waiting to arrive. Mr. Kadric makes of words, scraps, art. A few. But reinterpreting the world, the whole human. Simply returning the world in the word to us. A maker. Truly.”

I sincerely hope you enjoy the little thing.

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Elmedin Kadric is a minimalist haiku poet writing out of Helsingborg, Sweden. His first full-length collection, buying time (2017), was awarded second place at the Haiku Society of America Merit Book Awards for excellence in haiku poetry.

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