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Fiction & Poetry

Traffic

There are places in the world where a woman alone on a street experiences rape just because she is alone on a street. Like a dropped bill or coin, belonging to no-one, free to be…
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The Interior Life

What if the mind doesn’t like to be followed  all the time.  Every morning, the pen noting  it went here, it went there.  Maybe it’s tired  of the hand, that paparazzo in the…
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Everything Must Go

As if a gust of wind had me by the throat I began throwing things out –   last week’s news I might yet read, and this week’s – into the bin,  papers I might yet need—a coupon, a…
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Duncan Farm

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If Found

On Aspects of Judaism by Salis Daiches, 1928, found by his great-granddaughter in a Wigtown bookshop, September 2012 December nineteen forty-four, the world blind…
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Exile

I am a poet exiled to fields of colour, seed words in the furrow of the brush sprout rhymed lines upon soft canvases fertilise them with pigments, make pictures grow. I am a…
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