Cadaverine Magazine

The best new poetry, prose and non-fiction from emerging writers under 30

We believe in showcasing contemporary, innovative and original new writing from the next generation of literary talent.

sunday evening by Dom Hewett

sunday evening as we sat down and began to talk, I saw myself: an antique teapot table perched, in sunbleached grounds of a dusty house. you spoke words which sang themselves to me, and a […]

Sep, 24 · in Poetry

Harvest by Millie Guille

It was the first morning without cockerels. The sun fell into the kitchen and hit the geraniums above the sink. Their petals were almost dead, but Tasha had kept them. They brightened up the yellow […]

Aug, 23 · in Prose

Reviews Editor Vacancy – Apply by 30th November

Cadaverine Magazine is looking for a creative, committed individual with a strong interest in new releases to join their team as Reviews Editor. Cadaverine is a non-profit online magazine that specialises in promoting the work […]

Sep, 06 · in News,Opportunity,Reviews

FLIT by Sara Truuvert

wrist bones ankle bones tendons in the forearm you march into the kitchen to boil an egg for your lunch flit skip from sink to stove a squirrel visited my office today he made me […]

Sep, 24

Harvest by Millie Guille

It was the first morning without cockerels. The sun fell into the kitchen and hit the geraniums above the sink. Their petals were almost dead, but Tasha had kept them. They brightened up the yellow […]

Aug, 23
A Light in the Window by David Klose

A Light in the Window by David Klose

A week before I signed a 12-month lease with my fiancĂ©e on our soon-to-be-new old home with its small yard and its big deposit, my mother began to fall apart. She had called me and […]

Aug, 16

sisters by Mia Nelson

so much left unsaid about  the woman who washed our hair    in the river and the tv that peeled itself lemon  static and our limbs buzzed and we were    animals not afraid of […]

Aug, 12