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Dustie-fute

David P. Kinloch

Dustie-fute

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Published by Vennel Press in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Limited ed. of 300 copies.

StatementDavid Kinloch ; drawings by W.N. Herbert.
The Physical Object
Pagination[34]p. :
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15353286M
ISBN 100951695932

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Awards won by David Kinloch Short-listed, Saltire Society Poetry Book of the Year Award (In Search of Dustie-Fute) Commended, The Scotsman's Book of the Year (Finger of a Frenchman) Winner, Robert Louis Stevenson Memorial Award.

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In Search of Dustie-Fute By (author) David Kinloch. ‘The book is notable for three things: successes in the impossible genre of the prose-poem, a trio of lively flytings and a series of moving elegies for a gay lover dead from AIDS.’ Kinloch is the author of four previous collections including Un Tour d’Ecosse () and In My.

David Kinloch is a Scottish poet and critic. Born in Glasgow he teaches creative writing at the University of Strathclyde.

He is the author of five books of poems including Dustie-Fute (Vennel Press, ), Paris-Forfar(Polygon,), Un Tour d'Ecosse (Carcanet, ), In My Father's House (Carcanet, ) and Finger of a Frenchman (Carcanet, ).Author: David Kinloch.

Who is Dustie-Fute. A vagrant, a hawker, a poet. A dustyfooted Scottish Orpheus. A stranger, a migrant, a ghost. In his search for Dustie-Fute, David Kinloch begins amid the Parisian floods of with the waters rising, a lonely giraffe Author: Ford Ford.

Who is Dustie-Fute. A vagrant, a hawker, a poet. A dustyfooted Scottish Orpheus. A stranger, a migrant, a ghost. In his search for Dustie-Fute, David Kinloch begins amid the Parisian floods of with the waters rising, a lonely giraffe Pages: Who is Dustie-fute book.

A vagrant, a hawker, a poet. A dustyfooted Scottish Orpheus. A stranger, a migrant, a ghost. In his search for Dustie-Fute, David Kinloch begins amid the Parisian floods of with the waters rising, a lonely giraffe speaks from the abandoned zoo, witness to what seems the end of the world.

Other animals chime in, Dustie-Futes all, a hooved and humped chorus of watery. At Hyperallergic, Douglas Messerli reviews a collection from Scottish poet David Kinloch, In Search of Dustie-Fute (Carcanet). Kinloch, "surely one of the most innovative poets ever to come out of Scotland," Messerli writes, "plays with archaic Scottish phrases, while spinning narratives about literary and art figures as various as Arthur Rimbaud, Marcel Duchamp, and Raymond Roussel, as well.

Shortlisted for the Saltire Society Poetry Book of the Year Award Who is Dustie-Fute. A vagrant, a hawker, a poet. A dustyfooted Scottish Orpheus. A stranger, a migrant, a ghost. In his search for Dustie-Fute, David Kinloch begins amid the Parisian floods of with the waters rising, a lonely giraffe speaks from the abandoned zoo.

Dustie-fute book Who is Dustie-Fute. A vagrant, a hawker, a poet. A dustyfooted Scottish Orpheus. A stranger, a migrant, a ghost. In his search for Dustie-Fute, David Kinloch begins amid the Parisian floods of with the waters rising, a lonely giraffe speaks from the abandoned zoo, witness to.

Dustie-Fute was a peddler, a vagrant in the middle ages and used to go from one fair to another to sell his wares and entertain the crowds.

“There was always a kind of entertainment angle to what he did so he was a singer, a musician and for me in that context he became a kind of figure of Orpheus who in Greek mythology was the singer/poet.

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In his newest book the poem goes in search of Dustie-Fute, a Scots figure who is a merchant, a troubadour, a juggler, and in this book “a figure of Orpheus.”. In Search of Dustie-Fute eBook: David Kinloch: : Kindle Store. Skip to main Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Basket.

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He launches his next book, In Search of Dustie-Fute (Carcanet) in August In he was a winner of the Robert Louis Stevenson Memorial Award.

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Richard Price, a great friend and influential figure on the literary scene in Oxford, and who latterly became an editor of Verse before starting up a little press called Vennel Press, published part of what was to become his first book of poems in pamphlet form called Dustie-Fute in   His publications include five books of poetry, Dustie-Fute (Vennel Press, ), Paris-Forfar (Polygon, ), Un Tour d'Ecosse (Carcanet, ) and In My Father's House (Carcanet, ), and Finger of a Frenchman (Carcanet, ).

A recipient of the Robert Louis Stevenson Memorial Award, he has held a Scottish Arts Council Writer's Bursary. In Search of Dustie-Fute by David Kinloch, published by Carcanet Press Moon for Sale by Richard Price, published by Carcanet Saltire Society Scottish First Book of the Year Award.

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In Search of Dustie-Fute d av i d k i n l o c h isbn • paperback £ • August A lonely giraffe speaks from an old zoo. Cain’s wife, the Virgin Mary and Joseph reminisce. David Kinloch was born in Glasglow in and attended Glasgow and Oxford Universities.

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