Molly Bloom 15

Maria Stadnicka, George Messo, Janet Sutherland, Lawrence Upton, Rhea Seren Phillips, Julie Sampson, Michael Farrell, Molly Bloom, David Rushmer, Mark Totterdell, Carrie Etter, John Goodby, Martin Stannard. Here.

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If a Leaf Falls Press: Season 2 finale

‘Mayfair in Peckham‘—Minimalist 21st century lifestyle analysis in Sex & the City 2 by Susan Finlay

Who is the mayor of Miami‘—Joe Brainard inversions for when you remember you remember nothing in I Don’t Remember by Zain Aslam

‘yes, those are flamingos’— Lorca/Jack Spicer redux feat. a WHITE HORSE in cante jondo mixtape by Rowan Evans

‘His last words were not ‘Mehr Lict!”— Contemplate inevitable death in About the Author by James Carter

+ a limited edition riso printed broadside by Monica McClure, designed by Sean Roy Parker.

 

The European Review of Poetry, Books and Culture

The European Review of Poetry, Books and Culture is an online literary journal, funded by the European Union, aiming to create an anglophone publication platform with a focus on continental Europe and world beyond.

Over 80 original essays, articles and reflections from writers across the world will be commissioned and published over the next 12 months. Initial commissions include new pieces by Rasha Abbas, Harry Man, Joanna Walsh, David Spittle, Christodoulos Makris, Andrew Gallix, Rocio Ceron, Catherine Humble and many more. New articles are soon to be published daily at www.versopolis.com

Redell Olsen – A Preview

Our next event takes place on December 6th at The Castle Hotel, 7pm and is free as ever – hope to see you there. It features Sharon Kivland, Redell Olsen and David Steans. Here’s a little preview of Redell Olsen:

say I and you London land marks

say I and you in London mark land

say London land is marked by you and I

say I and you make marks in London’s land

say I and you mark lands in London

say I and you marked by land

say London land marks

say long done land marks

say long done marks in land

say land in long marks in language

from Film Poems. See more HERE