MUTTFRAGMENT ix (arm’s length the plague days)

Benjamin Bush Anderson

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Benjamin Bush Anderson is a poet and novelist born in Mi’kma’ki/Nova Scotia. He currently resides in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal, where he writes and pursues a living. In 2019, he won the Gabriel Safdie Award for Poetry. His writing is featured or forthcoming in Concordia Magazine, Ugly Duckling Presse’s Second Factory, and elsewhere.

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Ugly Duckling Presse

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Criss Moon
Michael Newton
Lee Norton
Paige Parsons
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Second Factory showcases work from a variety of poets and artists in each issue. Spotted like a bird in the wild, heard as a grinding piece of machinery, Second Factory manifests in examples: an office park of shadows; a vast and boundless shed; a grape in the risograph; a butterfly in a net.

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