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Issue 32 Spring 2018

You are such a good listener! by David McGimpsey
How to Drink Your Way Out of Child-Rearing by Joe Davies                                     
In what way are forests black or white. We saw them blue. With forget me nots. by Teresa Ott
It’s Just a Restlessness: an interview with Joanna Walsh                     
Sometimes in the kitchen when you’re on your own by Miranda Peake                      
On Friday She Contemplates Loneliness by A. D. Lauren                                           
Where Did Everybody Go? by Brandon French          
Salon Capri by Susan Nisenbaum Becker        
Milking It by James Whyte                  
Two Unconnected Verses by Hugh Smith
A Gun in the House by Natalya Anderson
Cause of Death by Brian Beatty                       
Miss Hoity-Toity by Jackie Martin      
Shirtless by Cheryl Moskowitz
That Just Sparked: an interview with Danielle McLaughlin                 
Sturm und Drang by Rebecca Orchard           
Love Poem, Lucca by Fiona Benson               
Letter from Tess Durbeyfield by Zoë Brigley Thompson                                 
Feathers by Dean Atta                          
Be Mine by Nisha Bhakoo                   
Bed by John Saul                                 
Fortune Reshuffled, Reshuffled by Audrey Molloy
Grandma Bad Cop by Robert Nazarene                       
Passing by with Two Guys at Midnight, a Girl Tells Her Friend by Harold Hoefle       
If you came tapping at the window by Alison Whitelock                                 
Slaughterhouse by Mark Wynne                     
Yesterknot by Joel Wayne       
Joy at Love’s Passing by Dermot O’Keeffe      
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Featuring winners of The Moth Poetry Prize 2017