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Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property

Varfis-van Warmelo

Goldsmith CCA

Intellectual Property is a series of long-form poems that propose the law of intellectual property as poetry’s dark twin. Moving through the Leibniz-Newton Calculus Controversy, the Son of Sam Law and gene patenting, the poems position the brutal logic of the law against the inner workings of a teenage boy and young pregnant woman.

Aea Varfis-van Warmelo is a Greek-British poet and writer based in London. She writes about deceit, the apocalypse and other good things. Her work has appeared in The White Review, The National Poetry Library, The Rialto, Tolka, and elsewhere. She was shortlisted for The White Review’s Poet’s Prize, was an inaugural member of the Southbank Centre’s New Poets Collective and recently graduated from The Royal College of Art’s Writing MA.


A5, 47 pages

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