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Chandramohan Sathyanathan – A Posthumous Letter

I am a primate dwelling in the wild forests of my language. My tongue lost irretrievably in the swamp of hunger, I hide amidst the barren rocks. Your own selfie sheds...

Chandramohan Sathyanathan

Chandramohan Sathyanathan alias Chandramohan S. (b.1986) is an Indian English language Dalit poet based in Trivandrum, Kerala. He has been published in many magazines...

Gloriana Orlando – Cri

Cri is a butterfly, whirling happily, forgetting everything. Cri is a little long-legged swan, who dances, dances, dances until she is exhausted and whose ...

Rishi Dastidar – A leopard parses his concern

I am concerned about Claudia Cardinale. By ‘concerned’ I mean ‘in lust with’. By ‘in lust with’ I mean ‘I sigh for’. By ‘I sigh for’ I...

Rishi Dastidar

Rishi Dastidar was born in London in 1977. His poetry has been published by the Financial Times and BBC amongst many others. He is a fellow...

Katie Griffiths – The Attitudes

Katie Griffiths is a poet who grew up in Ottawa, Canada  and now lives in the south of England; she is also singer-songwriter in...

Katie Griffiths – How the body holds

How the body holds its comforts and suggestions. How it castigates and swelters. Or hardens at night, tough as dirt. How it holds intent like extent...

Katie Griffiths

Katie Griffiths grew up in Ottawa, Canada, in a family originally from Northern Ireland. In 2019 she was awarded second prize in the National...

Edgar Allan Poe – The Black Cat

For the most wild, yet most homely narrative which I am about to pen, I neither expect nor solicit belief. Mad indeed would I...

Dorianne Laux – Evening

Moonlight pours down without mercy, no matter how many have perished beneath the trees. The river rolls on. There will always be silence, no matter how long someone has wept against the side...