Reading Between the Lines: Liminal Spaces in the works of T.S. Eliot by Jonathon Dey

Reading Between the Lines: Liminal Spaces in the works of T.S. Eliot by Jonathon Dey Poetry captures something that other mediums struggle with. Novels, prose and films are all effective at capturing spaces, thoughts, and moments but poetry captures the flickering space between the static frames of the ostensibly moving film or the void between more »

Five Poems ~ David Stavanger

that dream you keep having shower drips but there’s no water. in the bath’s deep end, faces floating on your face. eyes hung like light bulbs, front door cleaved open. blinking neon sign on the roof: THIS IS THE KILLING FLOOR the boneless ones suck at your toes harvesting hair from armpits and sinks. the more »

Men without women, or, how at my local pub I’d sit and watch an ageing whore by Mandy Beaumont

he got that tattoo for that bloke she used to mess around with. Can’t remember his name. Never wore closed in shoes. Always smelt of Chinese food. Smoked the blues. He hung around the edges of corners and seemed like he was always placed and waiting for me to walk past him. I always thought he more »