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Letters of a Pastoral Landscape: Reviewing Alec Finlay’s Question your teaspoons: Stonypathian memories June 13, 2013: Calum Rodger reviews Alec Finlay's new book, Question your teaspoons: Stonypathian memories (Dunbar: Calder Wood Press, 2012), for Glasgow Review of Books--the book, Rodger notes, borrows its title from [George] Perec. "Finlay’s poetry establishes a dialogue with the past, augmenting old voices with phenomenological reflections from the [...] by

The Generative, the Lyric, and Wittgenstein’s Norway: Alec Finlay’s Be My Reader October 31, 2012: The Scottish-born artist, publisher and poet Alec Finlay--yes, son of Ian Hamilton Finlay--has a new book out called Be My Reader (good one!). It's reviewed over at Magma Poetry by Tony Williams. A bit about the book from the Shearsman release, so ya know: Be My Reader is a gathering of texts made and found by Finlay over the past two [...] by