May 19, 2021

THE GREEN DEVIL: three carbon-neutral poems by Noah Birksted-Breen

Poetry: I always like to do what I cannot do...
May 26, 2021

HOW TO FEEL A SENSE OF RELIEF AND/OR JOY… By George Parker

Poetry: Let a house plant with little leaves dehydrate...
June 9, 2021

A LITTLE PERSONAL ETERNITY By Sarah Barr

Poetry: The house dreams of white doves on its roof, / remembers a time of coal fires in hearths...
June 16, 2021

THE CORONA PRINCE By Daniel Hinds

Poetry: By now, you must have heard his legends. / You abide in his empire. / In the kingdom of the rising star / He rose from a small bowl of hot bat soup...
June 23, 2021

WOMAN by Anastasia Velounias

Poetry: This country breeds men as dogs, / Barking and barking, / Waiting for their next attack...
July 7, 2021

ADULTHOOD by Paul Stephenson

Poetry: You wonder if this is how Tom Ripley felt...
July 14, 2021

ANDY by Ogu Nnachi

Poetry: Andy scoots past Woolworths and The Amhurst/ dazzles grey building blocks / roller skates tops / of brown brick walls...
July 21, 2021

POEM OF THE MONTH – RASH by Tamsin Hopkins

Poetry: You have a rash on your back. / I think I’m supposed to tell you, / but while you’re asleep I take a picture of your skin