Jack Mann is a London-based Yorkshireman who writes contemporary poetry and short-form prose. His work is meant to be read aloud and is [best?] experienced when it’s performed live with his KORG drum machine or with musicians he’s just met.
While writing is Jack’s most practised craft, he finds he flows best when he collaborates and is open to working with artists in any medium; see touchpaperlit for a handful of examples.
His first collection of contemporary poems, BLOCK, is now available to buy on his website and can be found alongside his free to stream mixtapes, singles and collaborative art projects.