Antiphon issue 22 is here!

Antiphon issue 22

We are once more proud to present another great collection of poems, and to feature readings by many of the contributors – it really makes the poems come alive to hear them read by the authors.

Edit: delighted to have added a recording of ‘Graveside’ by Terence Culleton.

Antiphon issue 22 Contents

Prologue
Act One
Gall  Susan McComb
August Cantata Ann E Michael

Lane closed for material curing   Sarah Barnsley
Poem, equally suitable for a newborn child, or a newborn kitten Gail White
Armand & I have an argument Laurinda Lind

Late Cedars J M McBirnie
Body Chemistry Beth McDonough

Act Two

January Judith Taylor

Rural Idyll Sue Kindon
Learning Finnish Annette Volfing
In the Churchyard David Callin

Pearl Robert Krantz

The Pier at Dún Chaoin Chris Brauer
Caged in Aleppo Diane G Martin
Kite Days Jean L Kreiling

Reviews
Forever, Now, Helen Cadbury
#Afterhours, Inua Ellams and Selected Poets
All the Naked Daughters, Anna Kisby

Act Three
Another Year’s Grief Ann E Michael
Dusk Tim Love

The Buddha Mark McDonnell

We Illuminate a Night Scene from King Rene’s Book of Love Lois Marie Harrod
Fault Line Abegail Morley
Somniphobia Ian Heffernan
Cats Lowell Jaeger

Decision Russell Jones

Act Four

Trimester Sarah Bersonsage

One Night in Alport David Harmer
Sea Song Sarah Carleton
Woman Taken by a Wave Kate Noakes

My Life in the Backyard Becky Busby Palmer

Graveside Terence Culleton

Whole Aoife Reilly
Holdfast Mark Totterdell

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Antiphon: what’s going on?

Dear Antiphon readers and submitters: we apologise for the brief pause in accepting submissions. When the editors’ lives change to being more like the bottom picture and less like the top, we will be back in business. We hope to open submissions for issue 22 in the next few weeks. Thanks for your patience!

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