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A poem by Stephen Watts

FRAGMENTS     his father was from farming folk Braes of Munlochy staunch man among other staunch men from the Black Isle Eilean Dubh but the language was lost generations back                 *   she minds me  of my brother’s wife’s granny out of Limavaddy :   that says a lot    …

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An Interview with Stephen Watts

Stephen Watts is a poet and translator based in East London. He has published numerous collections of poetry, including Mountain Language: Lingua di Montagne (translated by Cristina Viti, 2009) and Ancient Sunlight (2014), and the prose work Republic of Dogs / Republic of Birds (2016). Watts features in Iain Sinclair’s new book The Last London (2017), part of which describes Watts’ friendship with the late…

Drawing by David Troupes

New poems from David Troupes, Katherine Robinson and Robert Okaji

‘Some seeds are buried, others scattered.’ Poems by three American poets on landscapes close to their heart.     Indian Brook by David Troupes   A looking glass—a black gutter hurrying the season’s dark product. Stopping, searching,   we see ourselves, sunless bloom tangled in the water among crayfish,   below October’s colors and contusions.…

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