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The Stinging Fly is a journal from Dublin featuring short stories, essays and poems, by Irish and international writers. The 160-page Winter 2016-2017 issue has a theme of “Fear and Fantasy”, with a cover illustration by Gary Coyle. The guest … Continue reading
Every lover of books, scholar or not, who knows what it is to have his quarto open against a loaf at his tea … ought to be in possession of Mr. Coleridge’s poems, if it is only for ‘Christabel’, ‘Kubla … Continue reading
Recent poetry round-up (1): Cordite Poetry Review 56: Explode is out now, and I’m very pleased to say it contains my poem about Exploding Head Syndrome: ‘Exploding Head Manifesto‘. It’s my second appearance in Cordite, after my earlier ‘Thy will … Continue reading
I’m really pleased that my poem about reincarnation ‘But after’ appears in the interesting and broadly-themed “Ghosts” issue of Eye to the Telescope. Thanks to editor Shannon Connor Winward! Edited to add: and thanks too for her fascinating series of … Continue reading
Really pleased that my poem ‘A Spell a Day‘ has gone live in the Autumn 2016 issue of Kaleidotrope, my second appearance in this fine zine. Thanks to Fred Coppersmith! Update Feb 2017. Really pleased to see that Michael Matheson … Continue reading
Today sees the launch of the ninth issue of Liminality. Really pleased to say that my poem ‘The Ritual‘ is included, my third appearance in the journal. Thanks to Shira Lipkin and Mattie Joiner!
The Future Machines issue of Cordite Poetry Review from Australia is now online. It features an essay, artwork, articles, translations, interviews and reviews, as well as poetry chosen by issue poetry editor Bella Li. I’m very pleased to say that … Continue reading