I have three poems with Abridged today. You can read them here.
And as you can see, I’m paired with the Berlin-based photographer Natalia Kepesz, more of whose work you can find here.
My great thanks to Abegail Morley for housing this poem today in The Poetry Shed.
I have three poems up on Charlie Baylis’s fine Anthropocene [click the link to read them]. They are from a new collection with the working title It’s Going To Be A Long Night Melissa.
My great thanks to Charlie, and assistant editors Aaron Kent and Laia Sales Merino.
I am thrilled to have six prose poems at Mercurius, ‘A dynamic meeting place for artists, musicians, writers, thinkers, future-world builders, spiritual seekers and more’. You can read them here: https://www.mercurius.one/home/surreal-absurd-sampler-mark-russell
My great thanks to outgoing Surreal-Absurd editor, Marcus Slease.
I’m chuffed to bits to have a poem in the new bath magg http://www.bathmagg.com/issue7/
You can read it and/or listen to me read it here: https://www.bathmagg.com/markrussell/ There’s so much great work in issue 7, including poems by @jennivora @RaymondAntrobus @SandeepKParmar @HelenMort & would you believe, John Ashbery. My thanks to @BathMagg @MWhelanWriter @JoeCarrickVarty & @OdubanjoGboyega
BRAG is a new magazine out of Manchester, and I’m extremely happy to have a poem in its third issue. ‘The New Seasons’ is part of a series written after the death of my mother in early 2020.
It’s always the greatest of pleasures to have work in this marvellous magazine.
I have three prose poems in the latest issue, all from a collection I’ve been working on titled Come to the River. Here’s one of them:
I have two poems in the debut issue of C*nsorship Magazine: ‘Inge at Large, and ‘Inge in the World’.
‘We take inspiration from the little magazines of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. We welcome poetry, prose and visual art, as experimental as they come!’