Writing cabanas

Roald Dahl had one. Virginia Woolf had one. Thoreau went to one to live deliberately. Hemingway had one over his garage with a bridge to his bedroom. Now I’m building one too. Sandwiched between the chicken yard and the sheep pen on my friend’s farm,...

Forward Prize nominations 2015–2016

Each year we have the honour of nominating poems for the Forward Prize. It’s a difficult thing, choosing from the last two issues’ lovely and memorable poems but after some wrestling and rereading we settled on these four pieces: ‘Trouble...

Our second chapbook

We’re pleased to announce that we will be publishing Christina Seymour’s Flowers around Your Soft Throat as our second chapbook, and our first of poetry. This collection explores death, love, and hope, pacing through death’s shadowy valley and beginning an ascent of...