Carriage 16

Shadowtrain books
Index to Poets
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Earlier carriages

May 2007
In carriage 16, Claire Crowther hears a sensitive fire alarm; Peter Dent hides behind the curtain, but never for long; Tony Williams travels inwards, mindful of flowers; Patricia Farrell sings from the tower of silence; Keith Jafrate has a dialogue with masses of petals; John Mingay is fearful of leaving history ajar; Mark Goodwin pulls a hill across skin; while Scott Glassman and Sheila E. Murphy balloon to the size of June’s gentrified myth.

Claire Crowther

Peter Dent

Tony Williams

Patricia Farrell

Keith Jafrate

John Mingay

Mark Goodwin

Scott Glassman and Sheila E. Murphy

Notes on Contributors

'What is the first thing shaded when a bud splits open?'