“All the words are falling”: Estela Lamat Poems in New Hessien EP

[Hessien – We Don’t Want to Live in Your Dreams (Bonus track via Fluid Audio)]

Estela Lamat, the Chilean poet I translate, has contributed four new poems in English to Hessien’s EP “Obelisk|Stelea,” which was just released this month by Fluid Audio and Handstitched*.  This limited edition (200 copies) is beautifully printed with letter pressed covers and includes an 8-page color booklet.

From handstitched.bandcamp.com:

Hessien usually occurs somewhere between the UK and Australia, somewhere between the hours of 11pm and 6am (Southern Hemisphere) & 9am and 8pm (Northern Hemisphere).  Hessien is made up of acoustic noise artist Charles Sage (Australia) and Tim Diagram (UK).

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