Eroticism of Mountains — Alan Fielden

in the ear
there is a special sense
for the names of women

a direct line to the President’s
private Samaritans
and the dream bar tender


Alan Fielden is a half-Korean writer and performance maker. In London he co-runs National Art Service and ROOM. His plays, include SUN, The Winning Crowd, and 26 Nightmares, have been described as “Ingenious” (The Independent), and “[possessing] a richness of thought” (Exeunt). His fiction and poetry has appeared in The Literateur, Der Grief, Allotrope Press and The Egg. In 2014 he wrote 99 plays in as many days[99plays.tumblr.com]. @afielden

Image: EAR_1881, matt crawford, Creative Commons