Poetry: Karin Kaminker
Jun09

Poetry: Karin Kaminker

“In waves / it came / brought on / by the empty garden bench / among the willows …” Karin Kaminker is a Geneva-based poet, and we feature two of her poems in this issue.

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Spoken Word: Beginnings by Claire Doble
Nov28

Spoken Word: Beginnings by Claire Doble

“Get out on the highway! Rouse the rabble, have a dabble. Who am I … to start something?” Zürich-based poet Claire Doble responds to the theme of ‘Beginnings’ with a spoken-word poem.

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Between the Acts: Emily Bilman
Feb27

Between the Acts: Emily Bilman

Three poems by Emily Bilman The Corn-Cradle Steered by the swallows, we plant our tents on the land, the cradle of corn, olive, sage, fig and barley. In the wild thorn and thistle fields, I tend the goats, as they bolt against the shrubs, ejecting stones as they slip downhill, an indigo cloak screening my skin from the arid swirling dust. Along sombre shades of path, darkness slowly descends upon the sand-fields. A yellow-eyed leopard...

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Between the Acts: Poems (on Plunder)
Nov28

Between the Acts: Poems (on Plunder)

Geneva-based poet, Sue Le Mesurier’s response to the theme ‘Plunder’

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Shamelessly serendipitous
May29

Shamelessly serendipitous

Iida Ruishalme explains how the space between languages is full of serendipity, ripe for a wordsmith’s shameless plundering.

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