About Dunstan Carter

I’m a 42 year old writer and artist based in Manchester, England. Years ago I had my poetry work published in a range of magazines including – irk, Penumbra, Raindog, The Ugly Tree, Obsessed With Pipework, Square One, Beat Surreal and Never Bury Poetry. I don’t send stuff to magazines anymore though. Why bother? I post all my poetry on this blog instead.

My favourite poets include, William Carlos Williams, Vasko Popa, Miroslav Holub, Charles Bukowski, Stevie Smith, e e cummings, Dylan Thomas, Wilfred Owen, John Cooper Clarke, Charles Simic, Adrian Mitchell and Ted Hughes.

I’m currently fascinated by psychedelia, Moebius, Kurt Vonnegut, Captain Beefheart, Jon Ronson, Joe Sacco, Chaka Khan, Eugenia Loli, dark mint chocolate, brutalist architecture, Jean Michel Basquiat, Bill Sienkiewicz, David Lynch Michel Gondry and comedy hip-hop.

As for my portraits, illustrations and collages you can check out my work here.



5 Responses to “About Dunstan Carter”

  1. I love your work my friend. I was wondering if you would be interested in exchanging links with my blog, http://mellifluoustones.blogspot.com/. If you are, contact info can be found on the site.

  2. I have also started a poetry blog. It deals with the different aspects of poetry, how to get published, and general issues affecting writers. Would appreciate the link. http://www.beautypoets.blogspot.com

  3. Excellent. Link added – good luck with the blog 🙂

  4. karenrsanderson Says:

    Dunstan – Would you please send me an email – karenrsanderson AT midco DOT com. I have a request.

  5. Done 🙂

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