it was always cold radiators, bruised fruit, a worry for the rent. I like the dedication ‘to inspiration, in all its forms’ Mike Watts creates poetry in Universal Credit (Wild Pressed Books) from relationships, being anchored to the present in a low paid job, and not having much, with metaphors of being a millionaire or … Continue reading Book Review. Universal Credit by Mike Watts.
A New Use for Words I used to hide inside them, use them as a way to feel ‘normal’ and safe, like a long sleeved jumper or a familiar place but now I write them, turn them into new phrases I wish I’d read somewhere when I was a child where the only blind people … Continue reading Book Review. Light Perception by Beth O’ Brien.
I traffic thoughts around regret, arrive at the edge of an answer. Sin is Due to Open in a Room Above Kitty’s by Morag Anderson (Fly on the Wall Press) is a slight volume of poetry, which produced a sense of mystery and intrigue, writing of secrets, and religion, intimacy, violence and the darker side … Continue reading Book Review. Sin is Due to Open in a Room Above Kitty’s by Morag Anderson.
Buy Will You Still Love Me if I Love Her? on Amazon 1. Tell us a little about your chapbook Will You Still Love Me if I Love Her? and the inspiration behind it? Will You Still Love Me if I Love Her? is my first published book and I am so proud to … Continue reading An Interview with Elfie, author of the chap Will You Still Love Me if I Love Her?
Beth Gordon Bio: Beth Gordon is a poet, mother and grandmother, currently landlocked in St. Louis, MO. Her poems have been published in numerous journals including Riggwelter, Into the Void, Five:2:One, SWWIM, Verity La, Califragile, Pretty Owl Poetry and Yes Poetry. She is the author of the chapbook, Morning Walk with Dead … Continue reading An interview with Beth Gordon. Author of chapbook Morning Walk with Dead Possum, Breakfast and Parallel Universe, published by Animal Heart Press.