Paperback 6" x 9" 133 pages   ISBN  978-1-913144-14-2 Published Feb 2020

Selected Pamphlets



                                                 The Ingress Pictures                                                   

                         11 Poems About the First World War                        

                                                   Upside Down Heart                                                     

                                  The Man who Forgot How to                                       

                                                    Pocket Fugues                                                              

                                                         Inner Circle

Consumption. n. 1. The action or process of consuming. 2. An amount consumed. 3. dated Tuberculosis. 4. A book of selected pamphlets published by Controlled Explosion Press, Roncadora Press and Urban Free Press between 2008 and 2019, none of the poems from which have appeared before in a full-length collection. Poems about love and war, orange trains and pink-haired punks, mushroom clouds and carbon footprints. Poems about travelling in man-made circles, swallowing ourselves as we go. Graham Fulton is a Scottish poet, publisher, pamphleteer, live performer, artist, photographer and local historian. His books and pamphlets have been produced by many publishers including Smokestack Books, Red Squirrel Press, Pindrop Press, Roncadora Press, Clochoderick Press, Penniless Press, Mariscat Press, Rebel Inc, Freight Books, Salmon Poetry, The Grimsay Press and Polygon. His work has been translated. He lives in the town of Paisley.


From reviews of Paragraphs at the End of the World

‘Expressionism prevails in Graham Fulton’s stunning sequence of prose-poems.

Its Central Belt beat and the pace seems impossible to sustain but bloody hell,

it never flags and the locations and visions are so varied that you feel none could

be left out.’

Ian Stephen, Northwords Now 

From reviews of Upside Down Heart

‘Disarmingly, bewitchingly tender. One of this work’s most defining qualities

is its seeming immunity to cloy, something, rather like Edwin Morgan, that

makes him a sensational and original poet of love.’

Gutter Magazine 

From reviews of One Day in the Life of Jimmy Denisovich

‘Striking and precise imagery … refined lyricism. Fulton is a poet who seems to speak

from inside the moment, and some of these poems are endowed with the aim of picking

apart time itself, to analyze, escape from, or overcome it.’

The Recusant 

Graham Fulton is a Scottish poet, publisher and live performer. His full-length collections include Humouring the Iron Bar Man (Polygon, 1990), Open Plan (Smokestack Books, 2011), Brian Wilson in Swansea Bus Station (Red Squirrel Press, 2015), Paragraphs at the End of the World (Penniless Press Publications, 2016) and Equal Night (Salmon Poetry, 2017). His work has been translated into several languages including French, Romanian and Spanish. He chooses to live in Paisley.