Aaaaand we’re back in the new academic year (and with new editors) for a new round of submissions ready for edition 18!Submissions are open up until Wednesday 23rd November!☔︎︎You can send anything under the following subsections to our email firstname.lastname@example.org:▸ poetry – up to 70 lines, and we accept multiple submissions! any concrete poems (objects composed of words) should be sent in 12pt Garamond where … Continue reading Submissions Open!
Lollipop, candy, gold, a quick sugar rush, The strands of our hair to be properly brushed Cover, conceal, hide behind our culture and ‘tahzeeb’,Shy, pretty, attractive but also not easy to concede And yet not too confident to be able to breach,The kind of vibe they approve of has to not have ‘excess’ self esteem These rules and traditions that you set in your little cobblestone,Premeditated … Continue reading Cream in your evening chai
Edition 13: Welcoming the new term with a Celebration of Poetry Continue reading Edition 13
By Libby Hart Continue reading Caladenia Macca
By Lewis Dobbs Continue reading Remembrance
By Niki Tse Continue reading Untitled
Autumn-winter publication. 2020. Continue reading Edition 12
There’s a bitter taste in my mouth, weighing heavy on my tonguelike my heart against my ribs,like the kind that is swiped from lips after drinking juice,thick in the morning as it swirls in the glass, pulp falling to the bottom, in its sodden state. The taste of juice in the morning,when your mouth is unclean, and your mind is buzzing, all I hear is … Continue reading Juice Pulp
I won’t be found on Broomfield Road, racing through the car park bay.Nor pacing over distant hills,my Darling, I’m a world away. Though onlookers count her present, blind of what’s inside,something in your beady mindbore witness to a change in mine. You see straight through my translucent skin, stretched on its chiselled frame;a window through which tendons, tense,plea to ping ’til the pain’s gone lame. … Continue reading Where does it take you?