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July-August, 2009

 

POETRY:

Rupert M Loydell spends most of the day on the train; Angeline Farrow is pressed into the landscape; Peter Hughes reads Petrarch in the afterglow; Keith Hilling searches in river mud for treasures; Carole Coates observes the diamond boys; Lia Brooks wonders what to say to her visitors; Libby Hart can’t remember all their names; Nathan Thompson sees the snow, fake and falling; Rufo Quintavalle accumulates an argument, while Martin Stannard writes letters to Honey, Sir and others.

PROSE:

Music’s Duel : Ian McMillan tackles Gavin Selerie’s New and Selected Poems.

Rupert M Loydell

Angeline Farrow

Martin Stannard

Peter Hughes

Keith Hilling

Carole Coates

Lia Brooks

Libby Hart

Nathan Thompson

Rufo Quintavalle

Ian McMillan on Gavin Selerie

Notes on contributors

'Dorothy

has mixed her drinks recently and come out with some strange funny things...'