onion rings

Onion Rings

By Ben Mitchell

Tea and smoke

By Regine Ebner

Keep on dancing

A new poem by Charlie Roy

three point four degrees

+3.4

A poem by Dorothy Alexander

Fibres

A new poem by Aaron Sharp

On film

By Gerry Stewart 

Twilight

A poem by Fiona Ritchie Walker

Salt - Claire Marsden

Salt

This poem by Claire Marsden comes with a trigger warning for self harm

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frog girl goes to camp

by Anne Leigh Parrish

Some things I ought to throw away

A poem by Eileen Farrelly

Sabbath breaker

A poem by David Stakes

Was it Shakespeare or Dorothy Parker

Was it Shakespeare or Dorothy Parker

A poem by Ben Mitchell

How to make friends

A poem by Maxine Rose Munro

Summer after tea, 1981

By Heather Pearson

honey

Honey

A poem by Anna Viceconti

Electric Shadows

A new poem by Lydia Allison

Reflective Landscape Tet Speirs

Strange weather

By Anna Viceconti

+2.4º Coral reefs almost extinct

A poem by Dorothy Alexander

Vijzel Straat

The Only Certainties

A new poem by Ben Horrobin

The calling

A poem by Anna Viceconti

The formula for grief

A poem by Gerry Stewart 

Silk

A poem by Jesica Malen

Far away sounds

By Regine Ebner

To wither in denial

By John Gerard Fagan

Flesh market

A poem by Raymond Moore

On the water front

A poem by David Stakes

Elephants

By Ben Mitchell

Stained glass

A poem by Kathryn de Leon 

Tiny doors

By Anna Viceconti

Going to Vancouver

A new poem by Ben Horrobin

Allen Ginsberg

By Stuart A. Paterson

A season in Hull

Invention, defiance and solidarity lit up Neu! Reekie!’s Where Are We Now? festival foray to the Hull City of Culture, writes Neil Cooper

Young enough to remember

By Kristoffer McKeown

(G)if

A poem by Anna Blainey, inspired by Rudyard Kipling

The Sheets

A poem by Cara L McKee

Rusty West

A poem by Jamie Robson

The coming of the Techni-Quarks

A new poem by Stuart A. Paterson

Cmon feel the neuz

Neil Cooper on the beat/punk roots of Neu! Reekie!

Shining

A poem by Cara L McKee

Thanks Leonard

A poem by Laura Escuela

Burn

A poem by Maxine Rose Munro