Fleur Lyamuya Beaupert

Fleur Lyamuya Beaupert is a poet, writer and researcher living on Wangal land. Their writing has been published in Pedestal Magazine, Anomaly, Not Very Quiet, Speculative City, Rigorous and Social Alternatives, among others. Fleur was the 2021 recipient of the Charles Rischbieth Jury Poetry Prize.


The first Anglo-Indians were born in 1601, and as the seventeenth century progressed, the East India Company’s directors encouraged their employees in India to take local brides and convert them to Protestantism. A gold mohur or pagoda was paid to …

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Calling Korea

she has these huge Mickey Mouse ears she could be from another planet the one I bumped into when being busy and important one morning bustling to bludge like a rotten tornado WHAM bodies colliding bags spewing up the untwisting …

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Nessy Malley: Antisepticide

like a ghost tippaw then stamp in ‘ope that some malley might ‘ear before grand days of the fishy plastic consciousness saw itself ‘come two smelly boots over the wire print head & me hesitate forever was now where most …

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brains for breakfast

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no compass

a horse and carriage will operate between alleys strewn with trampled top hats quiver with forgotten steps in time overhead angel inspectors access no hours projectors map mumu dreams of cloud forests trekking breathless at the mercy of agile guides …

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