Number 15 of morphrog, the online journal promising ‘poetry in the extreme’ and published by the Frogmore Press, is now live at http://www.morphrog.com
The issue contains new poetry from the customary eclectic range of authors: American poet Gale Acuff, author of The Story of My Lives (2008), who has taught university English in the US and China as well as on the Palestinian West Bank; widely published poet and poetry editor of London Grip Michael Bartholomew-Biggs; multiple Pushcart prize nominee Lana Bella; Natalie Crick, whose poem ‘Sunday School’ was nominated for this year’s Pushcart Prize; recent runner-up for the Frogmore Prize Nicola Daly; Antony Johae, author of Poems of the East; Missouri poet Donal Mahoney; priest, mediator, trainer and poet Chris McDermott; Ian C Smith, author of wonder sadness madness, who lives in the Gippsland Lakes area of Victoria, Australia; poet, sound artist and graphic artist Lawrence Upton; and Austrian writer Theresa Vogrin. At a time of increasing global uncertainty, the international flavour of this issue offers a wide range of perspectives on and insights into the unprecedented circumstances we find ourselves in.
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