'Advantages of Stopovers', a new poem by Michael Farrell

Michael Farrell
27 August 2019

Writing a line, as if from bed, on a lovely, handmade

organ based on Gerald Murnane, the Goroke novelist

last seen pouring a glass of amb More

'Night Flight', a new poem by Sarah Holland-Batt

Sarah Holland-Batt
27 August 2019

As my plane drops down in turbulence

I think of you and of Salt Lake City,

I think of ice stealing over the Great Lakes

and of Om More

'Songline contraband', a new poem by Samuel Wagan Watson

Samuel Wagan Watson
26 July 2019

Authorised visits,
temporarily easing Grafton Correctional Centre blues,

'Don’t Feel Sorry About It', a new poem by Robert Harris

Robert Harris
22 July 2019

Don’t feel sorry about it, if you remember
blue Darlinghurst nights like particular quilts

'Walgajunmanha All Time', a new poem by Charmaine Papertalk Green

Charmaine Papertalk Green
22 July 2019

We write about our existence pre-invasion / And that has made us visible
We wri More

'Tangelo', a new poem by Karen Rigby

Karen Rigby
23 May 2019

Who doesn’t love the portmanteau
for tangerine and pomelo, or more like angel,
tango, words for wilderness ...


'Honeywell', a new poem by Rowan McNaught

Rowan McNaught
23 May 2019

In a hallway with the door open, a Honeywell T87 will attempt to
equalise the temperature of the continuous (available) world. It sits
between More

'As Time Goes By', a new poem by Bella Li

Bella Li
23 April 2019

Tuesdays Paul comes by. He jogs up the driveway in his striped green shorts
and I’m there at the door with Ella on my hip. She’s crying, she’s teething
and drooling and crying from the pain, and some d More

'Karen Carpenter', a new poem by Charles Bernstein

Charles Bernstein
21 April 2019

Her voice

'Painting the horizon', a new poem by Kristen Lang

Kristen Lang
18 April 2019

for Graham


Even the waves of the sea, in the distance, have turned to stone.
The blue/green rising into outcrops, ridgelines, a lone bull ...

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