Issue 71 is out, and it’s a cracker. Georgi Gill (@georgi_gill), Andrew Wells (@newlygoose), and Annie Rutherford (@slender_means), are in charge. My poem ‘Valérie‘ shares space with work by Adrienne Wilkinson (@adr_______), Lisa Kelly (@LisaDMKelly), Miranda Lynn Barnes (@LuminousJune), and many more. Spend some time with them.
Issue 37 of Ireland’s marvellous literary magazine The Moth has appeared. My poem ‘Men with Tails’ is included, alongside work by Maria Isakova Bennett, Rebecca O’Connor, Niels Hav, and many others. You can read all about the magazine, and subscribe, here.
I have five poems up on Five:2:One. It has creative non fiction, it has flash, it has poetry. Online and print. Nathan Alan Schwartz is in charge. Take a look.
Gutter 19 has arrived, with prose, interviews, reviews, and poems from a fine line-up including Christie Williamson, Sharon Black, me, and so many more. To mark Tom Leonard’s passing, the issue is dedicated to him. I had the enormous good fortune to be a participant in his Saturday morning workshops just before he retired, and this is bang on:
‘We hope that Gutter carries with it some of the spirit of Tom’s work in poetry, politics, language, and humanity. And that those values remain touchstones for Scottish poetry. It is evident already how much poorer we are without his fierce voice.’
The latest issue of Molly is out. It’s a corker, with work by Maria Stadnicka, Carrie Etter, Lucy Hamilton, Linda Black, Jeremy Over & Ian Seed, Rachel Lehrman, Sophie Herxheimer, and many more. And there are some poems from my own ᚮ (the book of gatherings)
Structo 19 contains three more poems from Men Who Repeat Themselves. It’s a gorgeous magazine, and this issue includes work by Christine De Luca, Elissa Soave, Claire Dyer, David Frankel, Alexa Winik, and many others.
‘Structo is a literary magazine. It was founded in 2008, and is primarily UK-based, although some of us on the staff live in the Netherlands, the United States, and elsewhere in Europe.
Twice a year we produce a print issue containing remarkable new short stories and poetry from all around the world, alongside essays and interviews with authors and others. Three months later the issue goes online, free to read by all.’
Issue 11 of The Lonely Crowd is available for pre-order. There are interviews with Jonathan Edwards and Andrew McMillan, and work by Susanna Crossman, Abegail Morley, Polly Atkin, and many more, including two poems of mine.
International Times has five poems from ‘Men Who Repeat Themselves’ up on its site.
I’m very pleased to have five poems in the latest issue of Poetry Salzburg Review.
They are the latest from a long sequence of poems I have titled ‘Men Who Repeat Themselves’.
I have three poems in the latest issue of The Pickled Body.
The Pickled Body is an online poetry quarterly edited, designed and produced by Dimitra Xidous and Patrick Chapman. Issue 4.1 contains ‘Men Floating’, ‘Men Seeking Hospitality’, and ‘Men in Disguise’. You can read it online here.