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Abhaile: With Tracy Gaughan

Poetry by George Szirtes

George Szirtes' collection The Slant Door (1979) won the Faber Prize. Reel (2004) won the T S Eliot Prize, for which he has been twice shortlisted since.

William Coniston – Three poems

Coniston’s explanatory verse enriches the dialogue between the poetic and the scientific.

Raine Geoghegan – Two poems

Geoghegan liberates sound in poems that celebrate the rich tapestry of gypsy folklore and culture.

Pratibha Castle – Three Poems

We tune into memory throughout our lives. Castle’s poems act as a counterweight to their emotional power.

Rebecca Gethin – Five Poems

With a touch of the supernatural and sublime, Gethin writes of duplexities - of the sea and of the self.

Marion Oxley – Four Poems

Lives lost, nature, the nurturing closeness of a parent - Marion’s poems often begin with memory, then multiply.

Three poems by Fiona Pitt-kethley

Pitt-kethley’s intimate portrayals of spanish street scenes speak to larger socio-political issues within contemporary society.

4 Poems by Angela Graham

Poet and BAFTA Award winning TV producer, Angela Graham’s imaginative eloquence of language, embodies an exemplary ‘at-homeness’ in both the universal and the particular.

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4 Poems by Brian Johnstone

Johnstone uses the architecture of history and nostalgia to interrogate the trust we place in our eyes and ears. Vowel by consonant his poetry reveals a passion for language that captures light and reflects life.

We Stand On Guard by Alison Frank

Alison Frank reminds us that, however spotless our record, we all quail a little while waiting in line at passport control.

Police State by Don Krieger

Don Krieger's careful interrogation of the data is unsettling in its pursuit of truth.

Flirting in the time of COVID by Leo Lazarus

Emerging Author, Leo Lazarus's humorous flash fiction ponders the frustration of the mating game from behind a mask.

An Empty Seat in the US Supreme Court by Sophia Kouidou-Giles

Sophia Kouidou-Giles mourns the death of 'our warrior for equality': Ruth Bader Ginsburg

An Invitation from Margaret Randall

The University of New Mexico, in Albuquerque, has been...

1 Poem by Geoff Page

Australian poet Geoff Page gives us pause in this wryly contemplative depiction of our demise in ages past, ‘before the age of masks’.

Shoulder To Shoulder by Ada Wofford

Ada Wofford discusses DeLillo's 'Pafko at the Wall' and the abiding romance of sports culture
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