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Kicking to Disappear is Esther Adaire's first book. It incorporates poetry, prose and photography in a subdued and minimal style which she refers to as "Aesthetic Obscurantism." Inspired by rotting leaves, modernist architecture and the Japanese notion of Wabi-Sabi, Esther's poetic style is confessional, existential and melancholy.


About the Author

Esther Adaire
estheradaire London, England

Esther Adaire is a writer and sometimes-photographer living in London, UK. She has a BA(hons) degree in Drama & Theatre Arts from Goldsmiths University. Her influences include Allen Ginsberg, Frank O'Hara, Antonin Artaud, Kurt Vonnegut, dadaism, German expressionism, and the Japanese notion of wabi-sabi.

Publish Date  August 05, 2012

Dimensions  Pocket  46 pgs   Color printing (on white uncoated paper)

Category  Poetry

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