Two New Poems, Far AwayPoetry NZ Issue 44

Poetry NZ is New Zealand’s foremost poetry magazine and it contains a lively mix of resident and international poets. I’m lucky to be amongst them and I urge you to check out the issue. They will gladly post it to you no matter where you live. So, you know, don’t be shy. In this issue I have a poems that address: cancer, David Lynch, suede, One Flew Over the Cukoo’s Nest, groins, and the ball droping in Times Square. The poems are called ‘Moths’ and ‘Untitled (Lynch)’ and I hope you’ll let them into your home the old-fashioned and courtly way.

Also, there is a nice review of my first collection. And I quote: ‘Tomorrow, We Will Live Here is a rich symbol of contemporary UK poetry.’ So, I guess you want to go buy my book now, don’t you? Go ahead. Just click here!