Here's a sneak preview from our exclusive interview with Anthony Anaxagorou. PBS Members can read more in their copy of the PBS Autumn Bulletin.
‘In After the Formalities I was considering the role biography can play in assisting with the way we think not only about the construct of race, fatherhood and masculinity, but the interconnectedness of our lives which overlaps and contradicts itself. I’ve always felt my own ethnicity as a Cypriot has meant I exist at a strange intersection where several key social signifiers collide. It’s around this area where I focused much of the writing, particularly the poems concerned with race science and feelings of otherness, or in what Nuar Alsadir calls in Fourth Person Singular “the elsewhere... the embodied self with concurrent selves in alternate space-times”.
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