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Sarah-Clare Conlon

Sarah-­Clare Conlon­ and Jazmine Linklater. Conlon is an editor and the inaugural Writer-in-Residence at Manchester’s Victoria Baths. Linklater is a co-founder of the queer feminist collective, No Matter. ‘150 × 3 = 450 × 2 = 900’ includes 900 words in total, a number important to dream theory. It began as six pieces of 150 words each, two set in a gallery, two set in a café, two based on dreams. The words in each were then altered according to pre-arranged formulae. As Sarah-Clare Conlon explains: ‘We then applied the rules N, AJ and V, swapping the nouns, adjectives and verbs for each other’s equivalent piece, where N = gallery, AJ = café, and V = dream’.

Sarah-Clare Conlon's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry.
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Subscribers only Poetry Collection in PN Review 259 (2021) 150 × 3 = 450 × 2 = 900
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