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‘Where Oceans Meet’ Heather McQuillan -Reviewed

‘Where Oceans Meet’ Heather McQuillan Reflex Press www.reflex.press/product/where-oceans-meet 'Where Oceans Meet' is a collection of flash fiction that reflects on family lives, particularly difficult mother daughter...

Mary Mulholland. The Making of Dreams

Mary Mulholland founded and co-runs Red Door Poets and lives in London.

Emma Lee- New Poetry

A SMUDGE OF CINDERS My teacher looked at me as if breezeblock wasn't a word she knew. I had pushed my sock down. It was itching the scabs...

2 Poems by Beatrice Szymkowiak

Beatrice Szymkowiak is the author of RED ZONE, a poetry chapbook

Poetry – John Short

AQUARIUM I dreamed of an aquarium fixed into my back a miniature box with tetras and an angel fish, its glass sunk deep instead of memories, I had to ask each...

Jennifer Compton. All the lonely people

Jennifer Compton was born in Wellington (New Zealand) and now lives in Melbourne (Australia). She is a poet and playwright who also writes prose.

Four Poems by Franca Mancinelli, translated by John Taylor

Four poems by Franca Mancinelli one can play dead: arms spread, the backbone for a keel, nothing in the mind, motion like a memory of water. ...

How I Want Picasso To Sketch Me – Simeon Dumdum Jr.

HOW I WANT PICASSO TO SKETCH ME This is how Pablo Picasso sketched Ella Fitzgerald. Her breasts like the waves of Hokusai, hair...

New Poetry- Arthur Broomfield

The return of the artist It was that kind of a once-in-a-lifetime snow and hailstones day so dreamed of by smug artists and Yale dons, dendrological in a...

To My About-To-Be-Ex-Therapist- Poetry by Caolyn Martin

Carolyn Martin is the poetry editor of Kosmos Quarterly: journal for global transformation.