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Snow Days

By Nadia Henderson

Nadia Henderson's free-verse poem 'Snow Days' explores the simple joy of an unexpected day off work against the difficult backdrop of the climate crisis that has caused it. Read More

11 months ago

Don’t Let Them Get High Off Your Narcissistic Supply: Rule #1 Do Not Offer Yourself Up as the Scapegoat

By Riley Forsythe

Don’t Get High off Your Narcissistic Supply is a series of poems that offer up nurturing advice to anyone who, like an awkward newborn giraffe stumbles to find their footing on sturdy ground, has newly awakened to realise they have been the victim of narcissistic abuse. The series aims to gently support with wry humour and inner child healing suggestions. Read More

1 year ago

Pub Crawl

By Safa Maryam

In Pub Crawl, the narrator finds herself in a familiar setting and situation. This time, however, she is years older and a little wiser to the rose-tinted and romanticised view she had of the same scene and circumstances she stood in so many times before, when she was just nineteen and in love. Read More

1 year ago

Mother

By Sophie Titcomb

Sophie Titcomb's non-fiction piece charts her experience of gradual knowing; of my body and heart knowing better than she did how to love and care for her son, while she was still adjusting to (and in some ways, struggling with) the concept of being a mother. Read More

1 year ago

Life Lessons

By Rebecca Wayman

Life Lessons looks at profound but often mundane moments in a person's life that are both learning curves and make up the building blocks of who they are. Read More

1 year ago

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