‘Somehow’ ORDER YOUR COPY Cover art ‘Enough’ by Katherine Sheers © ‘Somehow shows us a voice and a spirit that insists – at times defiantly, other times tenderly, always fiercely – on the magnitude and gravities of desire’ – Sumita Chakraborty A highly accomplished set of poems which consider the ways grief, guilt, and loss attached… Read More
A poem by many voices on the theme of ‘home’, for Refugee Week, 2020. Words and ideas donated by: Christina Thatcher, Cheryl Lockheart, Roz Goddard, Jasmine Gardosi, Mark Antony Owen, K.S. Moore, Sam Frankie Fox, John Hawkhead, Adam Ai, Rick Dove, Sue Wood, Jhilmil Breckenridge, Casey Bailey, Djuna Barnes, Shaun Hill, Marvin Thompson, Efi Antoniou,… Read More
Helen’s poems are breath taking in their ability to both move and intrigue the reader. She writes with a seamless sensuality and fluency; creating a new and vital vocabulary for the emotional, sexual and physical nuances of life. Her poetry captures the beauty of intimacy, confronts the taboo and, although touching on the darker elements… Read More
If you’re missing your regular writing prompts, or are feeling creatively ‘stuck’ and need some help getting going again, here’s something that might help! Making a cup of tea / Writing prompt Take hot water, milk, sugar, and tea. Now make a cup of it, but don’t. Write a poem about making tea instead. Think… Read More
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