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Abhaile: With Tracy Gaughan

Poetry by John Short

BACK TO THE GREENHOUSE I could even now go back there, pass winter on the southern...

3 new poems by Kevin Griffin

The Blue Nib are much saddened at the news of Kevin Griffin's passing and our thoughts are with his friends and family.

Poetry from a Maxine Rose Munro

Took the moon  I reached out and took the moon in my hand. I know others think she's still there in the blueblack sky lighting the world like...

Helen Angell- New Poetry

Helen Angell is a poetry and non-fiction writer based in South Yorkshire. She has had poems published in Route 57, Medea and Esoterica. Winner...

The Settlement-Chris Boyland

The Settlement I’d borrowed some of your words - ‘wrong’, ‘useless’, ‘stupid’, ‘useless’

3 poems by Emma Lee

Stitching America (for Gloria) It started at Kansas, roughly centre, and two strands of blue for back stitches: the calm, smooth line of a river. At each stitch, it...

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