When I first saw the Irish Sea, I thought there’s a lot more sea here than elsewhere, I thought that in the south there isn’t a world’s end, south of the south the world goes on. To the north, however, the sky weighs on you… Jorge Fondebrider is an Argentinian poet and writer. Alongside five […]
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From Twobeat Deathsong

Christopher Meredith

PUBLISHED ON: 26/02/13

CATEGORY: Poetry

take mymother from herwindow she’s nogood at watchingmountains take herto the runningwaters let herhear the fallingfountains… Christopher Meredith’s …

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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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