Marianne Morris

MARIANNE MORRIS

Nine poems from WHO NOT TO SPEAK TO, 2007-9:
"Visa Delighted at Freedom to Adapt," "Psycho Folklore Seriously," "Political Erotica," "The Revolution is my Boyfriend," "Nightly Torrents Threaten to Drown Sheep that Can't Run," "Your Generation Needs a War," "Pierre Reverdy's Art Moderne Retouché," "Obama is Coming on the Right Day," "Home Zone"
Company, Issue 3

Marianne Morris started Bad Press in 2003, after submitting a poem containing the word ‘cunt’ to an editor who responded that he didn’t like her ‘syntax’. Her first full collection, The On All Said Things Moratorium, was published in 2013 by Enitharmon Press. She holds a PhD in performance writing from University College Falmouth in the UK, and is currently studying Chinese medicine in California. Recent chapbooks include DSK (Tipped Press, 2013), Iran Documents (Trafficker, 2012), and Commitment (Critical Documents, 2011).