Alasdair Paterson wishes God could
get well again; John Welch has the sense of a commanding presence; Catherine Hales grows
more authentic than the real thing; Paul Sutton itches for enlightenment; Gareth Durasow
acknowledges tragic flaws; David Caddy dips him in the water; Wendy Thornton sits with a
manifest destiny; Jan Petersen wonders how much time she’s got; Iain Britton’s
babbling Babels collapse; Colin Harris invents the apocryphal; Giles Goodland watches God
hide in the pylon as a small bird. And with all that there’s a visit to the Reality Street Book of Sonnets.