The FIGHT initiative concludes – in two parts! FIGHT: Round 4.2 features work by Cat Cotsell, Sara Crane, Joshua Donovan, Luke Judge, Charles J. March III, and Rodney Wilder. Round 4 part 2 Poets Cat Cotsell Cat is a Canberra-based creative generalist. Their work has previously appeared in FIVE:2:ONE, Everyday Fiction, Hashtag Queer volume more »
The FIGHT initiative concludes – in two parts! FIGHT: Round 4.1 features work by L. Ashby, Penny Blake, Sahib J. Chandnani, Cat Cotsell, Sara Crane, Joel Ephraims, and Rodney Wilder. Round 4 part 1 Poets L. Ashby Ashby is an award winning poet and short-story writer in Australia with recent work published in Cagibi, more »
The FIGHT continues!
FIGHT: Round 3 features work by L. Ashby, Benji Forsyth, Cassandra Jenkins, Aris Kian, Anita Patel, Robert Perchan, Sean West, and Andy Winter.
We’ve taken more than a few knocks getting here, but we’re back with another round of FIGHT poetry for you! FIGHT: Round 2 features work by Elliot York Cameron, PS Cottier, Bill Livingston, George Lee, Laura Panopoulos, and Mariette Reefman.Bareknuckle Poet will continue to take submissions for & publish FIGHT. Be sure to check out more »
We asked, and you delivered. FIGHT: Round 1 features work by Stephanie Chan, Paula Ethans, Rose Hunter, K.A. Nelson, Katie Pukash, Thabani Tshuma, Les Wicks, and Zoe Alexandria Yapp. Bareknuckle Poet will continue to publish & take submissions for FIGHT. Be sure to check out our submission guidelines and the pledge editorial for more information. more »
Rosalind Moran has written for anthologies, websites, and journals including Meanjin, Overland, The Lifted Brow, and BroadAgenda, among others. She co-founded Cicerone Journal and received a Highly Commended in the 2019 June Shenfield Poetry Award. ABOUT | CONTRIBUTE | THE LATEST All works published by Bareknuckle Poet ISSN 2204 – 0420 are licensed under more »
Omer Ahmed (Pronouns: He/Him) is an educator, writer, and performer. He explores the intersectionality of identity as well as blackness through divinity, which yields to his writing style. Omer is a National Poetry Slam semi-finalist for Houston’s Write About Now 2018 slam team. He is proud to have placed 5th in the nation with his more »
✑ Reviewed by Dr Brentley Frazer ⇥ @BrentleyFrazer ⌘ This review first published by The Poets’ Republic ⇥ @poets_republic ◎ Photograph Ali Whitelock at the mic by Brendan Bonsack ⇥ @brendanbonsack and my heart crumples like a coke can by Ali Whitelock I wish review copies would arrive sans publisher’s assertions and solicited opinions from names dropped on more »
Nathan Curnow lives in Ballarat and is a past editor of Going Down Swinging. His books include The Ghost Poetry Project, RADAR, The Right Wrong Notes and his most recent collection, The Apocalypse Awards (2016). He is the father of four daughters, a co-host of the Youtube series Cooking Classic Poems, and is regularly thrown more »
Ali Whitelock is a Scottish poet/writer living in Australia. Ali’s debut poetry collection, ‘and my heart crumples like a coke can’ was published by Wakefield Press in May 2018. Ali’s first book, ‘Poking seaweed with a stick and running away from the smell’ (memoir) was published to critical acclaim by Wakefield Press, Adelaide and by Polygon, more »