‘Or am I geography? A look? A groove or notch in the Wood?’ Two poems by Jeffrey Yang.
Lecture on Loneliness
‘Only history makes her lonely, only after makes her first.’
A poem by Claire Schwartz.
‘I do not see / the slow wheels in my blood turning, but / I ride them’
Two poems by Emily Berry.
‘I stacked three pillows, made sure / my head was heavy with bills, wine’.
A poem by Rachel Long.
what if mary auntie called me on my birthday
‘i buy my own selling / spiels, i mean them all, i am so bored’
The Starlings of Dunmore Died on the Eleventh of July
‘Black was thrown / in all directions.’
‘A hotel being where we buy the right to stay still when no place will stay for us.’
Two poems by Yanyi.
‘I struggled to put this into words as strong as my conviction, so what advice could I give you I said’
Three poems by Jana Prikryl.
‘I encounter the first woman / by encountering my own face in the river. / Two bodies alike, one drenched / in inheritance.’ Two poems by Alycia Pirmohamed
‘I may have mentioned this at a prior time but there are around 250,000 words in the English language, yet within the utilitarian scale they seem consumed according to advertising and profit.’