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Catherine Norris exquisitely captures the intimate bodily nature of loss and joy, pleasure and pain across four poems. If in ‘Motion’ the memorable feelings of hurt and grief slip between tenses, then in ‘Oceanic’ pleasure unspools moment by moment, and the magical knowledge of life on earth expands star by star.
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In Alex Keramidas’ incisive poem in miniature, a struggle of life and death occurs across multiple forms – and bodies – blurring the humanity of one with the sinister “insecticide” of another.
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In these two compelling poems written using the surrealist automatism method, Angel Dionne creates strange imagistic worlds that quietly move as much as they unsettle.
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JP Seabright captures the excitement and ‘gay abandon’ of queer love in ‘Life’s A Butch’ and treats us to a selection of gorgeous visual poems and collages from their upcoming collection, An Attempt At Exhausting An Undergraduate Essay.
Read More “Life’s A Butch & extracts from An Attempt At Exhausting An Undergraduate Essay by JP Seabright”
In this selection of poetry from across poet and scholar Sanjukta Dasgupta’s published collections, the unheard, undesired and misunderstood voices of women, real and mythical, rise up with wit, verve and vengeance.
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In these lush and gorgeously written poems, Umang Kalra explores relationships, grief and the effect of the internet on poetic expression in the era of Covid-19.
Read More “‘I could go to bed sweetly, pothos calling’ and other poems by Umang Kalra”
In these two vertiginous poems by Elodie Rose Barnes, language and bodies fizz with expectation, beautifully dissolving with reckless abandon.
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