The Corpse In The Garden: TS Eliot, Iconoclast by Brentley Frazer

“Modernist art is perhaps the first consciously to absorb the principle for which Marshall McLuhan found words a generation later, that ‘the medium is the message.’ Modernist artists – in the novel, poetry, the drama, music, the dance, architecture and elsewhere – understand that, to articulate their sense of the differentness of modern experience and of being in the more »

Jim Nisbet translates LES FLEURS DU MAL by Baudelaire

Les Fleurs du Mal by Charles Baudelaire translated from the French by Jim Nisbet — Part 1 AU POÉTE IMPECCABLE AU PARFAIT MAGICIEN ÉS LETTRES FRANçAISES A MON TRES CHER ET TRES VÉnÉrÉ MAITRE ET AMI THPÉOPHILE GAUTIER AVEC LES SENTIMENTS DE LA PLUS PROFONDE HUMILITÉ JE DEDIÉ CES FLEURS MALADIVES C.B. TO THE IMPECCABLE POET AND UNSURPASSED more »

B.R Dionysius

B. R. Dionysius Poems: Six from 2004: BKP ARCHIVES

B. R. Dionysius ~ Six Poems B. R. Dionysius Poems ★ B. R. Dionysius is a Generation X contemporary Australian poet, editor & educator. His poems have appeared in numerous national & international anthologies, journals, magazines, newspapers & other periodicals. He was born in Dalby, Queensland. He was founding Director of the Queensland Poetry Festival. His more »

Ian MyBryde

Ian McBryde ~ Three Poems

Three Poems by Ian McBryde For over four decades McBryde’s poetry has been widely published and anthologised in Australia and overseas.  First PUBLISHED BY RETORT MAGAZINE, ON FEBRUARY 18TH, 2004 Under Pink Triangles Spent, one of the senior Kapos withdraws from the prisoner’s mouth, and fills the young man’s hand with crusts of bread. In more »

Michael Farrell ~ Five Poems

  ♾ PUBLISHED BY RETORT MAGAZINE, ON DECEMBER 9TH, 2003 grunge obsession try the picture left us unimpressed shattering cannibals apparently just like our fountain a lowclass ape which the city of lessons — girlism got him to clean up for once all i knows been exaggerated badges worn just for the shine flying meant being more »