It's amazing to see Tract on this list over at The Well Review. I hope to be able to read all of the shortlisted pamphlets in some form at some point in the future.
https://twitter.com/thetangerinemag/status/1071410748046405632 Issue 7 of brilliant Belfast magazine The Tangerine is impending already! Thanks to Caitlin Newby for taking my two poems. I'm sad to miss the launch (8pm Friday 14/12/18) - it'll be a good night at the Sunflower.
Quite amazed to have a tiny poem in this. It's a varied and beautiful issue, with lots to chew on. Shetland is well represented, with Christine De Luca's 'Stotterin inta Anthropocene' and Jen Hadfield's response to James Goodman's poetry, including her 'Sample Basket Red List 2318'. Jen Hadfield suggests that 'Extinctions occur... when we can't … Continue reading Magma 72: The Climate Change Issue
The New Shetlander, 'Scotland's oldest literary magazine', has a bit of everything: fiction, poetry, history, memoir, reviews, and (my personal favourite) Barbara Fraser's Da Wadder Eye column. The Yule 2017 issue has some treats, including an eerie story from Donald S. Murray, a twist in the Selkie tale by James Sinclair, and a Christine De … Continue reading The New Shetlander
A limerick is not exactly an adequate response to the recent, belated surge in public recognition of sexual assault, but Lagan Online asked for Small Words in response to news stories last month. In the few days since 'A Different Age' made the cut we've all heard several more examples of the phenomenon it describes.
Chuffed to have a wee poem on pg 22 in this edition of the brilliant Northwords Now: http://northwordsnow.co.uk/userfiles/file/issues/issue33/NNow_33_web.pdf