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‘We kept you at arm’s reach like a lit birthday cake’ (‘Matters Concerning God’). The first line of Sam Buchan-Watts’ pamphlet introduces us to a poetic identity, which, ‘moth-like’ […]
A swirly and rather mysterious blue design graces the cover of Selina Nwulu’s début collection, and it is tempting to ponder whether the contents will be equally dreamy and enigmatic. They turn out to be […]
Poetry is how we say things we cannot normally say. A great deal in modern verse comes down to what lurks in the sub-text of a piece. In Rachel Curzon’s pamphlet, this external voice is […]
Age: something to embrace or to dread? Something natural and beautiful or a monster that slowly eats away at us? The Emma Press Anthology of Age attempts to answer that question – perhaps one of […]
Humfrey Coningsby, whose reclining stone figure can be found in a church in Neen Sollars, Shropshire, was a sixteenth century gentleman, traveller and soldier. After several trips to the Levant, he set out on […]
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