Orbital Reveries is a project growing out of the zine The Landsat Reverie, that was made for the zinesindarktimes project by Joanna Walsh. It furthers the basic premise of the zine in taking satellite imagery and processing it using machine vision algorithms to generate concrete, topological, lexical poems, which are characterised as ‘textscapes’. It is currently being compiled as a full length artist’s book.

In October 2021, Orbital Reveries (series #5) was featured in Poetrishy , Edition 1. Available here.

In September 2021, Orbital Reveries (series #4) was detailed in a creative-critical essay for the journal The Digital Review. Available here.

In May 2021, two pieces from Orbital Reveries (series #3) feature in the anthology The Mouth of a Lion by Steel Incisors press. Available here.

In December 2020, an adapted piece from Orbital Reveries (series #3) was published in Streetcake Magazine. 70, Part 1. Available here.

In November 2020, three pieces from Orbital Reveries (series #2) were included in the poetry anthology Rewilding: An Ecopoetic Anthology by Crested Tit Collective. Available here. Review by Andrea Mason here.

In May 2020, two pieces from Orbital Reveries (series #1) were included in the Mellom Press online exhibition TrÃ¥nslatiøns.