Skip to content
Violence, fear and the menace of the mundane all feature in Rachael Allen’s debut collection, Kingdomland, but a strange beauty permeates throughout, writes our contributor Maz Hedgehog.
Read More “Rachael Allen’s Kingdomland – poems that are dark and frightening yet strangely beautiful”
Acclaimed poet Rebecca Tamás talks to our arts contributor, Maz Hedgehog, about her highly anticipated book WITCH, female Christian mystics, vulnerability and the writers who’ve influenced her work.
Read More “Interview with Acclaimed Poet, Rebecca Tamás – ‘No-one is ‘not a poetry person’; you just need to find the right writers who speak about things that interest you’”
Poet Rebecca Tamás’ casts a spell over our contributor, Maz Hedgehog, at the launch of her highly anticipated poetry collection, WITCH.
Read More “Rebecca Tamás’ WITCH – Confrontational feminism from a place of love”
Poet and performer, Maz Hedgehog, discusses the making of her debut poetry collection, Vivat Regina, and tells us why she chose the world of the fae as her inspiration.
Read More “Maz Hedgehog: ‘Faeries are a little wild, a lot strange & almost entirely unknowable’”