Maria McMillan

Maria McMillan is writing a lot about mountains at the moment. She is the author of two collections of poetry; The Rope Walk, Seraph Press, 2013 and Tree Space, Victoria University Press, 2014. Her essay 'It's complicated' appears in Sport 43. She blogs sporadically and lives on the Kāpiti Coast.

The forgotten mountain

Remember when everything didn’t remind you of everything else. The island just an island the faces of the people on the train belonging entirely to themselves, and when you danced your body was not occupied by every friend you ever …

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The Dream of Endless Delays

We’re all queasy and wretched longing for snow. The youngest stomps around the house. ‘You’re so mean’, she says, ‘I want to go to Iceland, now’, and snuggles into us and kicks until we yell and she weeps. ‘It’s not …

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