November 3, 2021

My people by Mark Chamberlain

Poetry: "My people are people who still smoke cigarettes in bed..."
November 17, 2021

6am by Nicholas McGaughey

Poetry: "She studied the braille / of his back in the / grey before morning..."
December 1, 2021

The Waters of the Zambezi by Graham Clifford

Poetry: "In the basement we found his tools for separating Siamese Twins..."
December 8, 2021

Embankment Gardens by Mary Cunningham

Poetry: "His shirt side-pulled, her rosy palm creams whipped egg-white and eggplant flesh..."
December 15, 2021

Christmas Eve in Paris by Mary Mulholland

Poetry: "unsure about her arrangement: I have / never seen him in a suit in bed. Thinner, / longer, he looks so serious with his halo..."
April 27, 2022

Six Poems by Peter Robinson

Six poems by Peter Robinson
June 8, 2022

Human Error by Yanita Georgieva

A poem by Yanita Georgieva
June 15, 2022

Building a City with No Heart by Emma Lee

A poem by Emma Lee
June 22, 2022

After the Fall of a Pear Tree Overladen with Fruit by Mark Czanik

A poem by Mark Czanik
June 29, 2022

untitled #1. deviation by Declan Wiffen

Two poems by Declan Wiffen
July 6, 2022

A New Woman at Beowulf’s Funeral Pyre by Laura Varnam

A poem by Laura Varnam
July 13, 2022

A Chiaroscuro of Hunger by Oisin Breen

A poem by Oisin Breen
July 20, 2022

Shiva by Miranda Gold

A poem by Miranda Gold
July 27, 2022

Baptism by Elizabeth Gibson

A poem by Elizabeth Gibson
August 3, 2022

Flow and More Delay by Craig Burnett

Two poems by Craig Burnett
August 10, 2022 by Ilias Tsagas

A poem by Ilias Tsagas
January 17, 2023

Poem and Interview: Scarlett Sabet

"What is happening in Iran is heart-breaking, and this poem is testament to that, it is also paying homage to my Father and my Persian heritage, of which I'm so proud."
April 27, 2023

Five Poems from Speculum, by Hannah Copley

They were stones in a champagne flute,
I was always bound to smash.
But they were there for a while,
hanging on, two faceless punters waiting
for the gag, and then it all slipped out
of me as easily as a giggle. Once is a mistake.
Twice is careless. By the end of it
you could hear a pin drop in my heart.
May 16, 2023

Neptune’s Projects: An Interview with Rishi Dastidar

"is there something in adopting the voice of a god, but giving him very human qualities and frailties? It turned out that adopting a persona that revolved at once about both being powerful and powerless was a great parallel for exploring subjects like climate change."