This week I was back on the NCW The Writing Life podcast to talk about the next iteration of our Book Club. We’ll be reading and discussing Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke, a crime novel that combines a compelling plot and an insightful look at law enforcement and race in Texas. You can join theContinue reading “NCW The Writing Life podcast: Bluebird, Bluebird”
The submissions window for issue 1 of new, independent poetry magazine Vessel is now open until 23:59 on 28th August 2020. Poets can send up to 4 poems and/or images for consideration to email@example.com. Full submissions guidelines and more about the editorial process can be found here. Issue 1 is edited by Flo Reynolds and Cat Woodward.
The fifth instalment of my Adventures in Reading newsletter has gone live today. This month’s essay looks at These Bones Will Rise Again by Panashe Chigumadzi, and Exquisite Cadavers by Meena Kandasamy. Taking in the waves of history, questions of fiction and documentary, and questions of complicity, I hope you’ll enjoy the essay and beContinue reading “Adventures in Reading: Waves of histories, parallel stories”
After a couple of years of thinking about it, I have launched Vessel, a new independent magazine exploring the ideas of poems as vessels. Inspired in part by an interest in material culture and by Ursula K. Le Guin’s “Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction”, Vessel will explore, both formally and thematically, what a poem mightContinue reading “Vessel”
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