Welcome to Shadowtrain, a regular gathering
of poems, reviews and other writings, from the lyrical to the innovative − whatever happens
to sting and stun the editor. Hop
aboard and enjoy the trip.
September-October, 2013 Shadowtrain
writes of the island so simple from the sea; Lucy Burnett listens to the harmonic putt-putt-putt of hailstones;
Nathalie Crick hears something alight inside; Bridget Kursheed hangs little lambskins out
to dry; Audrey Reynolds washes all the clothes she has worn this evening; Kevin Graham loves
the logistics of it; Matt Bryden hangs a shirt from a nozzle; Libby Hart wonders how to
live as rain; Carole Coates spies the ship coming into port with frosted rigging; Nathan Thompson
watches the room come alive.