Part 6 - Danny Hayward reading from his Critical Veer Book, Two essays.
for more details see: bbk.ac.uk/cprc/publications/Veer_Publications/CriticalVeer002
Critical Veer Publication 002 [ISBN: 978-1-907088-46-9]
Danny Hayward’s scalding prose responds to the strict demands of radical critique: here is the sharpness and unflinching hardness that the current crisis demands. Along with insidious illusions of finding a way out, he destroys Zizek’s theory of fantasy and exposes the bourgeois character of ideas, as in Hazlitt, Heidegger, of self-transcendence. And he tests the knife thus forged on Keats, Kevin Davies, and Justin Katko. Read on!
A4 size. 44 pages. May 2012.
Danny has also recently been published by Veer in VierSomes 000:
VierSomes Publication 000 [ISBN: 978-1-907088-47-6]
The first in a new series of books featuring the work of young innovative writers, 4 at a time.
Edmund Hardy, Danny Hayward, slmendoza, Samuel Solomon give 4 distinct texts that engage in different ways with poetic form and both found and political material (particularly around labour and reporting). Powerful, committed and challenging poetry.
6x9” size. 120 pages. August 2012.
For more details see: for more details see: bbk.ac.uk/cprc/publications/Veer_Publications/CriticalVeer002
Veer books acknowledges the support of the School of English and Languages, University of Surrey, and the Contemporary Poetics Research Centre (CPRC), Birkbeck, University of London.