‘How I Abandoned My Body To His Keeping’ by Kim Moore

    What happened sits in my heart like a stone. You told me I’d be writing about it all my life, when I asked how to stop saying these things to the moon. I told you how writing it makes the dark lift and then settle again like a flock of birds. You said that thinking of the past like birds who circle each … Continue reading ‘How I Abandoned My Body To His Keeping’ by Kim Moore

A poem by Andrew Bailey

  Thames Salmon Our findings highlight the futility of long-term stocking without corresponding improvements in habitat and water quality.* a healthy system means a healthy apex predator a salmon in the Thames lost and not delivered and it finds itself acclimatising here get the river right the fish will run the rest * Andrew M. Griffiths, Jonathan S. Ellis, Darryl Clifton-Dey, Gonzalo Machado-Schiaffino, Dylan Bright, … Continue reading A poem by Andrew Bailey