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Vertigo & Ghost

Fiona Benson

Two poems by Fiona Benson, whose Vertigo & Ghost is shortlisted for the Rathbones Folio Prize 2020.

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The Orphans

Don Mee Choi

‘One starless night, I was stranded. Needless to say, foreigners are often stranded.’

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Two Poems

Paul Batchelor

‘Unable to escape, I learned to see. / The price of clarity.’

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I, Minotaur

Natalie Diaz

‘There is no such thing as time or June, / only what you’re born into’

A new poem by Natalie Diaz.

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Two Poems

Jenny Xie

‘Colors unstudied where human activity hasn’t yet / congealed’

Two new poems by Jenny Xie.

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Scheherazade Conjoining (31)

Jay G. Ying

‘Thank any God, our emergency is celestially authorised’

New poetry by Jay G. Ying.

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The novel

Jack Underwood

‘Only they don’t know / that this silence is what they yearn for.’

A new poem by Jack Underwood.

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This time

Jack Underwood

‘I’m going to give them a linear sense of time, just one direction, all the way!’

A new poem by Jack Underwood.

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Two Poems

Rachel Blau DuPlessis

‘A space between / the strata’d self, the wink of skin’

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Two Poems

Valzhyna Mort

‘As a species I’m closest / to a screw / that loosens regularly.’

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Three Poems

Elaine Kahn

‘I want to be more / than anything I want’

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Interview

Raymond Antrobus

An interview with the 2019 Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year.

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The Taste of the Feeling

Peter Mishler

‘Shy yet contemptible object / in an unleaking vial collected.’