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‘This You?’ by Russell Bennetts and Colin Raff

‘This You?’ by Russell Bennetts and Colin Raff

A visual poem by Russell Bennetts and Colin Raff

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Russell Bennetts and Legacy Russell, Glitch Feminism

Russell Bennetts and Legacy Russell, Glitch Feminism

Glitch Feminism is about modes of experimentation beginning online before entering the world. The house of gender needs to be dismantled…

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These Coffees Are Making Me Thirsty by Russell Bennetts

These Coffees Are Making Me Thirsty by Russell Bennetts

Before her coffee, my mom was all body and no voice. She’d walk to the kitchen in silence, looking extra thin.

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Russell Bennetts: Coffee’s On

Russell Bennetts: Coffee’s On

As far as your questions goes, I’m going to have to defer the question the same way I defer my loans: indefinitely.

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Flat White Lit Chat by Russell Bennetts

Flat White Lit Chat by Russell Bennetts

I’d rather stick a needle in my eye than drink a really strong coffee. Coffee is made when the devil passes water. Tea, however, is the true blood of the living God.

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Russell Bennetts: Coffee, My House, Be There

Russell Bennetts: Coffee, My House, Be There

When I was three I’d toddled into our kitchen and spied my older sister lifting a steaming cup of chocolate-colored brew to her lips and I’d begged – begged – for a taste. It was likely something 1960s and horrible, like Folgers with some powdered creamer.

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Russell Bennetts: Coffee for 8 More

Russell Bennetts: Coffee for 8 More

I might be the last person you should ask about St. Paul coffee in general. On an ordinary day I make do with drip Folger’s at home and distilled sludge at the office.

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Russell Bennetts: Coffee For 8

Russell Bennetts: Coffee For 8

There are eight different common types of coffee and eight different types of poems.

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‘Stoned By Destiny’ by Russell Bennetts and Rauan Klassnik

‘Stoned By Destiny’ by Russell Bennetts and Rauan Klassnik

God save our gracious Sea Flower of Scotland!

Her Kilt rising from Hoy to Hoy
The gulls rising and falling, o, Boy

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‘Reflections on Taboo-breaking’ by Russell Bennetts

‘Reflections on Taboo-breaking’ by Russell Bennetts

Forewarned is forearmed. Over a century ago, Sigmund Freud embarked upon an extended exploration of totem, taboo, and obsessional neurosis. Though he made extensive use of ethnographic and folkloric material as foils for his analyses of anxiety disorders prevalent among contemporary Viennese, at the outset of Totem and Taboo, Freud exhorted his fellow scientists to take care, for

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‘Move Away, Impaler’ by Russell Bennetts and Rauan Klassnik

‘Move Away, Impaler’ by Russell Bennetts and Rauan Klassnik

It’s rare a thing dies when you want. Emily saw the red in her head. It was a
circling. It was thief. It was a bicycle thrown downhill in a torrent of firing. Dash,
dash, dash.

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