“Radio Mash-Ups” by Winston Plowes

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Teacher, compere, performer and poet, Winston Plowes spends his days fine-tuning background noise and rescuing discarded words. These are re-sculpted over a glass of wine into poetry birds he releases by night to fly to new homes in journals and online destinations worldwide. He lives in a floating home in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire UK, were he tries to persuade his black cat, ‘Fatty’ that it’s a good idea for her to do the same.

The following “Radio Mash-Ups” were composed during his role as Poet in Residence for Recycle Radio, Sep. – Oct. 2016.

Radio Mash-Ups

By Winston Plowes

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Method: Text composed from words broadcast by Recycle Radio, mixed with words inspired and overheard in the green room and radio station kitchen (in italics).
 
You can see more of Winston Plowes, and his work, by visiting his website: www.winstonplowes.co.uk

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