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The Mediated Art by Adrian Salmon

Poet and former choral scholar, Adrian Salmon continues the debate about the relationship between poetry and music.

Devouring Riches by Rose Mary Boehm

Novelist and poet, Rose Mary Boehm discusses her life and craft with engaging candour.

Sunday Lunch with the Lawrences at Kiowa by Michael Paul Hogan

Poet, journalist, fiction writer and literary essayist, Michael Paul Hogan takes us to Kiowa Ranch, New Mexico in 1925 and a question asked of the host that has significance for us all.

Coming to Terms with Trying to Make Your Name by Sarah Leavesley

Poet. film-maker and essayist, Sarah Leavesley, with characteristic inventive vitality, tackles the perennial problem of writing a suitable author biography.

This Writing Expedition by Eimear Murphy

Eimear Murphy's engaging, moving memoir explores why writing is so central to her life

Travel Is A State Of Mind by Sophia Kouidou-Giles

Sophia Kouidou-Giles translates the work of Karina Ioannidou which takes us on a boat trip tour of the peninsula that is far more perilous than first thought

Is Poetry a Branch of Music? by Dominic Fisher

Award-winning poet and regular contributor to The Write Life, Dominic Fisher explores key links between music and poetry

The Last Laugh by Kieran Devaney

Writer and journalist, Kieran Devaney remembers his friend, the sculptor Eamonn O'Doherty, and his unerring ability always to have the last laugh.

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1 poem by Dan Kaufman

Some poems are simply irresistible, and this pithy, bittersweet work by Melbourne-based writer and journalist Dan Kaufman is one of them!

Phillip Hall Reviews ‘All Suspicions Have Been Confirmed’ by Shane Strange

Phillip Hall reviews Shane Strange's debut collection 'All Suspicions Have Been Confirmed'

Two Poems by Thorvald Berthelsen

Thorvald Berthelsen’s translations capture the musical streak of the original language while vividly rendering intriguing visual associations.

The Great Pretender by Greg Michaelson

Edinburgh-based novelist, Greg Michaelson explores one of our worst fears as writers: that our writing isn’t original

The Art of Attention – Where Poetry and Mindfulness Intersect by Daragh Byrne

Poet and Convener of The Sydney Poetry Lounge, Daragh Byrne explores the value of mindfulness in writing poetry, 'using the flawed tool of language.'

3 Poems by Michael Igoe

Poems from Michael Igoe that appear to go down easy but challenge you to read again.

Emma Lee Reviews ‘Mojave in July’ by Angela M. Brommel

Emma Lee reviews ‘Mojave in July’ by Angela M. Brommel, former contributor to The Blue Nib

It Is What It Is by Patrick Nevins

In this beautifully written story, Patrick Nevins' protagonist faces a past that might easily overwhelm her.
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