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Poetry by Alex Josephy

There’s a sharp-eye and lexical fluency in the work of Alex Josephy. Italian appellations and clever depictions of larger than life plants, create imaginary worlds evocative of Alice.

In the Mughal Gardens by Michael Paul Hogan

'There are wonderful titles that are simply wonderful titles, and wonderful titles that manage the supreme trick of being simultaneously brilliant and completely relevant to the content of the actual text.'

A Discernible Pattern by Lloyd Rees

Get lost in this strange but compelling story from author Lloyd Rees.

Emma Lee Reviews ‘Wolf Planet’ by Oz Hardwick

Emma Lee reviews Oz Hardwick's 'Wolf Planet'.

Touched By Whales by Gail Harrington

Travel writer, Gail Harrington weaves her way through a host of memories and explains the wonder of wanderlust

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2 Poems by Terry McDonagh

Terry McDonagh’s Latest poetry collection is ‘Fourth Floor Flat – 44 Cantos’. – from Arlen House.

Interview: Cătălina Florina Florescu

Ahead of the publication of issue 43, International poetry editor, Clara Burghelea speaks to her featured poet, Cătălina...

Are Memoirists Psychological Refugees? by Sophia Kouidou-Giles

Writer, poet and translator, Sophia Kouidou-Giles reflects on the challenges facing memoir writers, drawing compelling evidence from her own experience.

Still Waters – fiction by David Butler

After the estate flooded for the third time, Clodagh determined never to return. The thought of the dank interior, silted and filthy, filled her...

The Print Magazine

North America Time, Poetry from the USA and Canada...

Felicia McCarthy on the five outstanding poets selected for issue 43

Issue 43 Editorial, Australia and New Zealand with Denise...

Denise O'Hagan on the magic of choice and the poets she finally selected for issue 43

Understanding Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey. By Ada Wofford

Understanding Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey - by Ada Wofford

An Exploration of the Rise and Fall of Alt-Lit...

Part two of A Critical Examination of 21st Century Poetry. Introduction Oscar Wilde once famously stated...