Stu Hatton. glitching. Melbourne, Australia: (outer) publishing, 2014 [Book review]
journal contributionposted on 23.05.2017 by Rosalind McFarlane
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Divided into ten sections, each with three to eight poems, Stu Hatton’s glitching at first appears to be a collection that is quite divided. However, the thematic differences begin to complement each other in what seems to be an accidental and haphazard way, but is instead a deliberate invitation to the reader to consider how errors, transformations and strange pairings form partial and hesitant, but nonetheless fascinating, ways to connect.