When a stranger comes to stay in Port Tawe, his painting elicits a stream of painful memories and violent melodies for an injured musician.
Transformation Battles is a poem about identity.
Spray and wipe. Spray and wipe. Nemesis cleaned the conveyor belt until it glistened like the back of a killer whale.
A mother struggles to cope as the chaos in her home echoes the chaos in her head.
Sleep gets interrupted when celebrities crash into a Glasgow bedroom in ‘No Likey, No Lighty!’
at the tideline the surfacing sun / overwhelms the horizon / like an ingrown hair and a fish
A writer enters self-imposed exile after writing what he believes to be a terrible book. But what will become of the world when the book reaches the shelves—and will its creator recognize his impact upon returning to an entirely changed society?
‘the drams we drank at dawn’ is a Scots love poem.
They were warned to stay away, but what happens when infatuation leads to confrontation?
Taliha Quadri interviews Finnish fantasy author Maria Turtschaninoff. Her book series The Red Abbey Chronicles is published by Pushkin Press and translated by Annie Prime.
Robin Brown interviews Łukasz Drobnik, author of ‘Airborne’, a short story featured in The Selkie’s anthology, Transformation