SPACECRAFT PRESS O52: “TWO POEMS” BY SARAH WATKINSON

watkinson - two poems.JPGSpacecraft Press is proud to announce the release of Sarah Watkinson’s Two Poems. A total of 50 copies were produced, 25 of which are for sale.

Sarah Watkinson is a scientist specializing in soil and fungi ecology. She also holds a diploma in creative writing from Oxford University. In 2016, she won the Cinnamon Press pamphlet prize for her collection of poems entitled Dung Beetles Navigate by Starlight. She lives in Oxforshire, maintains a site at “https://sarahcwatkinson.wordpress.com/”, and tweets regularly as @philonotis.

Two Poems is available for $3.00 including domestic postage (+$1 non-Canadian postage). To order, please contact Ken Hunt at jkchunt@hotmail.com. Paypal is preferred. Money orders in CAN dollars are also accepted.

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SPACECRAFT PRESS O51: “SPACECRAFT PRESS: INDEX OF PUBLICATIONS OO1 – O5O

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Spacecraft Press is proud to announce the release of Spacecraft Press: Index of Publications OO1 – O5O. A total of 50 copies were produced, all of which are for sale.

Index of Publications OO1 – O5O is available for $4.00 including domestic postage (+$1 non-Canadian postage). To order, please contact Ken Hunt at jkchunt@hotmail.com. Paypal is preferred. Money orders in CAN dollars are also accepted.

SPACECRAFT PRESS O5O: “OPENING LINES” BY RICHARD BASKIN

baskin opening lines.JPGSpacecraft Press is proud to announce the release of Richard Baskin’s Opening Lines. A total of 30 copies were produced, 15 of which are for sale.

Using the OpenSource web app Cryptii, made by @ffraenz, Richard Baskin translates the only snippet of computer code described in Stanislaw Lem’s seminal science fiction novel His Master’s Voice, into several other machine dialects, perhaps revealing a clue to the meaning (or lack thereof) embedded in the opening line of the message obsessed over by the scientists of Lem’s novel.

Opening Lines is available for $4.00 including domestic postage (+$1 non-Canadian postage). To order, please contact Ken Hunt at jkchunt@hotmail.com. Paypal is preferred. Money orders in CAN dollars are also accepted.

SPACECRAFT PRES O49: “STRANGELET” BY KEN HUNT

hunt - strangelet.JPGSpacecraft Press is proud to announce the release of Ken Hunt’s Strangelet. A total of 30 copies were produced, all of which are for sale.

Ken Hunt’s writing has appeared in Chromium Dioxide, No Press, Freefall, and Matrix Magazine. His first book of poetry, Space Administration, was published in 2014 by the LUMA Foundation as part of Hans Ulrich and Kenneth Goldsmith’s 89+ Project. For three years, Ken served as managing editor of NoD Magazine, and for one year, he served as poetry editor of filling Station. Ken holds an MA in English from Concordia University, and is the founder of Spacecraft Press, an online publisher of experimental writing inspired by science and technology. Ken’s next two books of poetry, The Lost Cosmonauts and The Odyssey, are forthcoming from BookThug in 2018 and 2019, respectively.

Strangelet is available for $4.00 including domestic postage (+$1 non-Canadian postage). To order, please contact Ken Hunt at jkchunt@hotmail.com. Paypal is preferred. Money orders in CAN dollars are also accepted.

 

SPACECRAFT PRESS O48: “HYLIAN DECAY” BY NICOLE PUCCI

pucci - hylian decay.JPGSpacecraft Press is proud to announce the release of Nicole Pucci’s Hylian Decay. A total of 30 copies were produced, all of which are for sale.

Nicole Pucci is a Calgary-based freelance visual artist. She specializes in illustration but also creates assets for indie game development studio BUMP Games and has done graphic design work for non-profit agencies.

Hylian Decay is available for $4.00 including domestic postage (+$1 non-Canadian postage). To order, please contact Ken Hunt at jkchunt@hotmail.com. Paypal is preferred. Money orders in CAN dollars are also accepted.

 

SPACECRAFT PRESS O47: “CHESSBOARD (FOR CHRISTIAN BOK)” BY DEREK BEAULIEU

beaulieu - chessboard.JPGSpacecraft Press is proud to announce the release of derek beaulieu’s Chessboard (for Christian Bök). A total of 40 copies were produced, 20 of which are for sale.

derek beaulieu’s visual poem Chessboard (for Christian Bök) presents an 8×8 grid of monochromatic squares, an image inspired by the pixellated portraits of the newly discovered Trappist-1 planetary system (available online). The Trappist planetary system, named by NASA after an order of monks whose members rarely spoke, contains seven roughly Earth-sized planets which orbit an ultra-cool dwarf star. Three of these planets orbit the star (which is, itself, only slightly larger than Jupiter), within its “habitable zone”. In other words, these three planets are more likely than the others in the system to be habitable, or possibly to support extraterrestrial life.

Chessboard (for Christian Bök) is available for $5.00 including domestic postage (+$1 non-Canadian postage). To order, please contact Ken Hunt at jkchunt@hotmail.com. Paypal is preferred. Money orders in CAN dollars are also accepted.

SPACECRAFT PRESS O46: “CHRISTMAS ISLAND” BY KEN HUNT

xmas.jpgSpacecraft Press is proud to announce the release of Ken Hunt’s Christmas Island. A total of 25 copies were produced, all of which are for sale.

Ken Hunt’s writing has appeared in Chromium Dioxide, No Press, Rampike, and Matrix Magazine. His first book of poetry, Space Administration, was published in 2014 by the LUMA Foundation as part of Hans Ulrich and Kenneth Goldsmith’s 89+ Project. For three years, Ken served as the managing editor of NōD Magazine, and for one year, he served as poetry editor of filling Station. In 2014, Ken founded Spacecraft Press, where he publishes experimental writing inspired by science and technology. Ken’s next two books of poetry, The Lost Cosmonauts and The Odyssey, are each forthcoming from BookThug in 2018 and 2019, respectively. Ken is currently pursuing an English MA at Concordia University in Montréal.

Christmas Island is available for $4.00 including domestic postage (+$1 non-Canadian postage). To order, please contact Ken Hunt at jkchunt@hotmail.com. Paypal is preferred. Money orders in CAN dollars are also accepted.