|Alan Carlyon Smith, Weston Street, London Bridge. #unsettledgallery No.1|
Today we discover the Small World Future of....Alan Carlyon Smith
The year is 2525
Two by one hands. Sliver sliver sliver, thin like flying seeds. Can cut. Can't eat. More slivers than fingers and toes. Pictures of us, but clean, with teeth, covered. I think these are their gods.
Natalie Low enjoys putting words on paper and believes that everyone has a book of some sort inside them. She lives in Twickenham, UK with her rather charming family. She has published two chapbooks Dementia (2015) and recently School Run (2017).