In my work as a hospice volunteer I’d sat by the bedside of people dying, part of a ministry of presence for those in their last few hours of life.
A Thousand Moons, by Sebastian Barry Hardcover: 272 pages Publisher: Faber...
Eamonn Wall's deep dive into the life and work of Joanne Kyger , a poet associated with the San Francisco Renaissance, the Beat Generation, Black Mountain, and the New York School.
‘A Roman Death’ Joan O’Hagan Black Quill Press ISBN:...
‘Homie’ Danez Smith Chatto ISBN 9781784743055
Oz Hardwick's chapbook 'Learning to Have Lost' (Canberra: IPSI/Recent Work, 2018) won the 2019 Rubery International Book Award for Poetry.
Byron Beynon's poetry is deeply rooted in the landscape of his native Wales.
In this set of poem, Marjory Woodfield takes inspiration from travel.
Poems that engage all of the senses, and display Fred Johnston's breadth of craft.
Chaucer Cameron'is co-editor of Poetry Film Live
Ping Wang is a recipient of NEA, Bush, Lannan and McKnight Fellowships, director of Kinship of Rivers project, professor English at Macalester College, she is also a dancer, photographer and installation artist.
There is a good deal of introspection in this collection of poems from Margaret Royall
Poet, Mantz Yorke takes his readers on a tour with these poems inspired by the landscape.
Anita Patel's collection, 'A Common Garment' (Recent Work Press), was published in 2019. She was the guest editor for Issue 2 of Not Very Quiet Journal.
Emerging poet, Nick Browne is struvk by the changes brought about by lockdown.
Poet, Siobhan Logan draws a thread between past and present with a real deftness of touch.
Leopoldo María Panero was a Spanish poet born in Madrid on June 18, 1948. He was part of the Novísimos group ("The Newest Ones"), a poetry group in Spain that focused on contemporary, surreal and experimental writing. Panero was the son of famous poet Leopoldo Panero.
Zoom out and enjoy the view Is that you? I ask...
Andreea Iulia Scridon's poetry is driven by a fascination with the world in which the poet exists.
Maram Al-Masri, born in Lattakia, Syria, moved to France after completing English Literature studies at Damascus University. She received the Prix d’Automne de Poésie (Société des Gens De Lettres), Adonis Prize, and the Dante Alighieri Prize. Her books include Cerise rouge sur un carrelage blanc, Elle va nue la liberté, and Le Rapt.
Poet, Rose Mary Boehm's poetry is hones from close observation, whether of people or place.
Mohammad Reza studied Graphics at the College of Arts, Tehran University, and has since been working as a graphic artist, painter, and illustrator. He has participated in biennales, and group and solo exhibitions. Mohammad wrote and illustrated three stories for children that have remained unpublished due to censorship in Iran.
Marko Pogačar is one of Croatia's leading contemporary poets. Author of five poetry collections, five books of essays, and a short story collection, Pogačar also edited Young Croatian Lyric anthology (2014). His writing has been translated into more than 30 languages.
Anna Szabó T. (b. 1972 in Kolozsvár, Romania) poet, translator, author of 22 books of original poetry, 2 books of prose. She translated 76 childern books from English including Beatrix Potter and Dr. Seuss. She is the winner of numerous literary prizes including the prestigious József Attila prize.
In her poem, 'Take', Jennifer Compton pays homage to the pioneering photographer, Olive Cotton.
Traian T. Coșovei (1954 – 2014) was a Romanian poet of the ‘80s Generation. He was a founding member of the ‘Cenaclul de Luni’ literary circle, a group that would eventually set the tone for much of postmodern Romanian poetry. He was the recipient of a series of prizes, including the Prize of the Romanian Academy and the International Nichita Stănescu Prize. Coșovei published over twenty books of poetry, literary criticism, and prose.
Pippa Little's work considers life and mortality in this well crafted hand of poems.
Angela Costi's poetry is rich in both metaphor and meaning. In Jill's poem she recalls the tragic events surrounding the rape and murrder of Irish woman. Gilian Meagher.
There is a questing darkness to this selection of poems by the Sydney based poet.
Penelope Layland's poetry has an urbane flavour that takes us into the world of the poet.
Peter Mitchell's poetry is inspired by the character of the birds of his native Australia.
Rachael Mead's poetry is informed by her relationship with her environment.
Poetry that is rich in metaphor and imagery from the editor of Plumwood Mountain.
Marion Pym Schaare's poetry is composed with shape, light and emotions. Schaare was shortlisted in the Fish Publishing Poetry Prize (2018) and the ACU Poetry Competition (2019)
Poetry of place from Blue Mountain poet, Justin Lowe.
In this clutch of poems, Eamonn Wall pays homage to the poet Joanne Kyger
Poet Scott Waters' poetry is informed by living though the recent crisis and the images and memories evoked by pandemic.
Poetry of remembrance by Canadian Glen Sorestad, author of over twenty books.
Tim Suermondt is the author of five full-length collections of poems, the latest JOSEPHINE BAKER SWIMMING POOL from MadHat Press, 2019.
Laura Grace Weldon invites us on a series of journeys, both existential and realist with these poems.
Sandra Fees poetry explores the connections of the self with the immediate and distant environment
Kim Ports Parsons' poetry is rich in meaning, informed by living with and in nature at the foot of the Shenandoahs
EVIDENCE OF THE PREPOSTEROUS IMPOSSIBLE Nothing moves in the breeze so exquisitely...
Poetry rooted in family and community by Marguerite Harrold
Poet, Allan Johnston's work here, reflects on ageing in a changing world.
Award winning writer, Sandra Hunter uses the premise of not judging a book by its cover to great effect in this short fiction.
Dorothy Simmons' fictional account of the death of Alain Fournier is not only a wonderful read, but a master class in constructing a short story.
Jennifer Horgan's story relies on a premise, that trusting a teenager to make the right decision starts with solid parenting.
Emerging author, Declan Toohey displays a flare for imaginative dialogue, coupled with clever story telling in this short fiction,
Jane Pearn's chilling piece of dystopian fiction paints a picture of a future that is all to0 believable.
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