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Spacecraft Press seeks compelling experimental poetry, visual poetry, and prose inspired by science and technology. Whether this means that the piece was generated using an automated or AI-driven procedure of some sort, operates under a science or technology inspired constraint, engages with scientific and/or technical language, emerged from a discourse happening within or between certain scientific fields, or some combination of these aspects.
The Spacecraft Press Team
Ken Hunt | Founding Editor
SPACECRAFT PRESS 064: “ARMSTRONG’S LAMENT” BY GREGORY BETTS
By Gregory Betts
Gregory Betts utilizes the levidrome, a form of palindrome, to craft a poetic tribute to Neil Armstrong, vanguard of the first human foray onto the soil of another world.
SPACECRAFT PRESS 058: “THE BLAZAR AXES” BY A.J. CARRUTHERS
By A.J. Carruthers
The Blazar axes explores the poetic potential of astronomy and star charts, likening the search for meaning in the many universes of language to the search for meaning in the single, cryptic universe we find ourselves whirling through.
SPACECRAFT PRESS O51: “SPACECRAFT PRESS: INDEX OF PUBLICATIONS OO1 – O5O
By Ken Hunt
An index of the chapbooks SPPR has published as of Summer 2022.