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New Poems from Robert Peake and Jack Thacker

Collective  A chastity of hawthorn, a smirch of blackberries, a wince of stinging nettle.  Adam named the beasts, but the tribes of wildflower name themselves:  You say “Grove of beeches.” They say, “Still below, ablaze above.”  A papacy of silver birch, a memory-lapse of meadow grass, a smouldering of lichen.  Who we are, who we…

New Poems from Sally Flint

Dare   The kingfishers appeared more like darting fish; their wings skimmed the dappled water, assured they knew the measure   of every bend along their flight. We were surprised by their speed, how on the longest day they flashed like neon lights.   Teetering across a path of stones laid in the shallows like…

What Can Folk Horror Tell Us About Our Landscape? – Adam Scovell

Folk Horror is a term that has become synonymous with a wide variety of culture in recent years. From film and television to literature and music, the broadness of the description belies its potential to talk about a number of current issues. Though its description initially implies a symbiotic relationship between the narratives of folklore…

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