Issue 18 – being continued…

RP-P-1958-499smallYou know how you’ve now read half of Antiphon issue 18 and intended to come back later and read the rest? Here’s an extra recording, just to remind you…

Antiphon issue 18

Coltsfoot by Hilde Weisert

Contents – issue 18

Act One

Ode to my Weight Loss – Krista Cox
Vigilant Poem – Samantha Madway
Atheism – Claire Scott
The Passenger – Theophilus Kwek
Mass Spectrometry – Hannah Hackney
Maybe It Was Something about Trolls – C Wade Bentley
Nervous for Cigarettes – Ricky Garni
My Xylophone – Clark Holtzman

Act Two

Net Operating Loss – Kathryn Pallant
Current Account – Annette Volfing
The Decision – Helen Evans
The Ball – Charlotte Gann
Suicides  – Bayleigh Fraser
Tumbleweed – Charlotte Innes
Suburban Mid-Life Crisis – Tiffany Krupa
Lullaby – David Briggs

Interval – Reviews

Helena Nelson, How (Not) To Get Your Poetry Published
Ruby Robinson, Every Little Sound
Stephen Payne, Pattern beyond Chance

Act Three

Changes – Daniel Bennett
Coltsfoot – Hilde Weisert
Puffins – David Seddon
Sinkhole – Simon Haworth
Passed – John Greening
Looking for a Northern Light – Rebecca Gethin
Laika – Cheryl Pearson

Act Four

Erasure – Robert Ford
Timescape – Jane Røken
Snapshot, Yesterday – Jennifer A McGowan
For a moment, lying on the grass in summer – Ingrid Hanson
At the Van Nuys State Disability Insurance Office – Yxta Maya Murray
Vanishing Point – Nicky Thompson
Rue de l’Aude – Sally Spedding
Gloria – Ian Tromp
Slim Volume – Seth Crook

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Antiphon issue 18 now live!

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Antiphon issue 18 is now live and available for download or reading on the site. I’m delighted to add some more recordings of poems featured in the issue.

Lullaby by David Briggs

Gloria by Ian Tromp

Erasure by Robert Ford

For a moment lying on the grass in summer by Ingrid Hanson

At the Van Nuys State Disability Insurance Office by Yxta Maya Murray

Suicides by Bayleigh Fraser

Net Operating Loss by Kathryn Pallant

 

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Issue 18 – the lark ascends

RP-P-1999-367 smallMany thanks to those who have seen the proof and said such kind things about it! I’m eager to release it on the world, but first:

Changes by Daniel Bennett

Atheism by Claire Rubin

Ode To My Weight Loss by Krista Cox

Passed by John Greening

Puffins by David Seddon

 

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Antiphon issue 18 – the sounds

applauseHere are the first of the recordings to whet your appetite for issue 18. More later!

My Xylophone by Clark Holtzman

Tumbleweed by Charlotte Innes

Maybe it was Something about Trolls by C Wade Bentley

The Ball by Charlotte Gann

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Sooner than expected

sooner than expectedThe good news is that although I’ve been very busy with learning typesetting software and choosing poems for the anthology we’re creating, Antiphon has been bubbling away in the background. I’ve found time to decide on the images for the next issue (issue 18), and we’ve still been selecting poems – rather to my surprise I’ve found we already have nearly enough for the next issue, so let’s say a closing date of 15th June and I will try to get the issue out sooner than we expected.

The image above is what Google comes up with if you search for ‘sooner than expected’ in images. Curious!

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