'Fairly Fine Tuned Schedule Wise', a new poem by Chris Wallace-Crabbe

Chris Wallace-Crabbe
27 August 2013

It’s the stale argument once again
of course, old verbal horse,
about that ethnic fairy land
and all the dark-brown banksia men


'Recuerdos de Bundaberg', a new poem by Michael Hofmann

Michael Hofmann
26 June 2013

Did I fly there? I may have flown there.
Maybe in something with the specifications of a crop-duster.
The Sugar Coast. Everything comes with a name. A name and a nickname.More

'Swans', a new poem by Judy Johnson

Judy Johnson
26 June 2013

When the talk is of angels
it’s tempting to think of them on the cold lake

small swan-shaped slivers of ice.           & More

'Carousel', a new poem by Tracy Ryan

Tracy Ryan
26 June 2013

Because in a foreign city even at eight
he needs the familiar nearby, to hitch
the gaze like the reins of that lacquered
horse to a fixed spot, in order to let loose,


'The Tick', a new poem by Lynette Field

Lynette Field
27 May 2013

Under the bathroom light I examine every particle of you.
A taxonomist with a specimen, I trail through
the topography of your naked back, classifying
whorls and curlicues. These signs lie More

'30.11.12', a new poem by Ken Bolton

Ken Bolton
27 May 2013

What am I going to write here?
Something, I hope. A year
or so since I last launched out


'Diary Poem: Uses of Frank O’Hara', a new poem by Jennifer Maiden

Jennifer Maiden
26 May 2013

Years ago when John Forbes praised
my later work, he said my Problem
of Evil was influenced by Tranter’s
Red Movie, and being younger and furiouser,
I rang Forbes a More

'P.R.B.', a new poem by Cassandra Atherton

Cassandra Atherton
28 April 2013

I wish I had been painted by Millais. Maybe not as Ophelia in a tepid bath.
Perhaps as Lady Macbeth. Or Titania. Or Portia. Not Brutus’s Portia. Portia from
The Merchant of Venice. I used to make More

'The Consonants', a new poem by John Tranter

John Tranter
28 April 2013

B, brave brown, C, icicle
pendant, D, dun though pale,
F for faint mauve, fish and bicycle,
G, gothic paint in a green pail


'Reflections on "Charon"', a new poem by Fay Zwicky

Fay Zwicky
27 April 2013

Twelve noon Monday, 38 degrees and rising.
The phone’s rung twice
and someone else has fallen off
the twig while military files of micro-

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