take mymother from herwindow she’s nogood at watchingmountains take herto the runningwaters let herhear the fallingfountains… Christopher Meredith’s latest novel The Book of Idiots, was published last year by Seren. He was Translators’ House Wales-HALMA Writer in Residence last autumn at Jyvaskyla Wrtiers’ House, Finland, and completed this residency in Slovenia in February. His poetry […]
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From Narwhal

Dai George

PUBLISHED ON: 26/02/13

CATEGORY: Poetry

Out of a margin which would freeze the lungs of skimpier and tepid beasts, and all along her viaducts, her inky play-spots and her deep canals, she no …

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From Tame

Terry Jones

PUBLISHED ON: 26/02/13

CATEGORY: Poetry

But he went early, by all the truth never a man to see a touch of moss on his boots, the future about him like a pet bird… Terry Jones’ debut short …

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Beyond the Barren Lands

Zoë Brigley and Nathan Roach

PUBLISHED ON: 23/02/13

CATEGORY: Poetry

From ‘Rugby Club Love’ by Zoë Brigley All of us wild with drunkenness and vandalism, snapping or laughing at passers-by, our mouths sprung. We ride ou …

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Three Poems

Carrie Etter

PUBLISHED ON: 29/05/12

CATEGORY: Poetry

Three new poems from Carrie Etter: Proportion Fat Heroin Song Carrie Etter has published two collections of poetry, The Tethers (Seren, 2009), winner …

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Poems from Deep Field

Philip Gross

PUBLISHED ON: 29/05/12

CATEGORY: Poetry

Three poems: Seep Jacob’s Island Coming of Age Philip Gross’ The Water Table won the TS Eliot Prize 2009, I Spy Pinhole Eye was Wales Book of The Year …

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