16 | Thurston Moore and John Kinsella | A Remarkable Grey Horse

A Remarkable Grey Horse
Vallum Chapbook Series No. 16
Thurston Moore and John Kinsella

A Remarkable Grey Horse is collaborative writing at its best. What could be more exciting for poetry than the collision of skateboards, Doris Day, punk rock, lighthouses, spume, skuzz, and Rimbaud?!”

“These poems start in Dolphy’s key + end with a quarryman’s dream. In between secrets are stored. See how many you can find.”
– Clark Coolidge


Authors’ Bios

Thurston Moore, born 1958, is a writer/musician currently residing in London. Founder of experimental rock group Sonic Youth and publisher/editor of imprints Flowers & Cream and Ecstatic Peace Library. Teaches summer writing workshops at Naropa University, Boulder, Colorado, USA. Solo recordings under his own name include Psychic Hearts, Trees Outside the Academy, Demolished Thoughts, Chelsea Light Moving and The Best Day.

John Kinsella‘s many books of poetry include Peripheral Light: Selected and New Poems, Armour, and Jam Tree Gully. He has written numerous books of fiction and criticism, edited others, and taught poetry and literature in the USA, UK, Australia and France. He has also written for the theatre and has frequently worked in collaboration with other writers, musicians and visual artists over the last thirty years.



Table of contents

Skeleton Key
Rounding the Point
Tout (or Scalper)
Ode to Doris Day
Luis Buñuel’s Day Off
Blow: A Sonnet
Rimbaud was Addicted to Television

18 pages total

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