S K Grout

S K Grout grew up in Aotearoa/New Zealand, has lived in Germany and now splits her time as best she can between London and Auckland. She is the author of the micro chapbook to be female is to be interrogated (2018, the poetry annals). She holds a post-graduate degree in creative writing from City, University of London and is a Feedback Editor for Tinderbox Poetry. Her work also appears in Crannóg, Landfall, trampset, Banshee Lit, Parentheses Journal, Barren Magazine and elsewhere.


Sunday afternoon, gulping down the conversation as if we’re in a heatwave and you are cooled water. When I cross over do I become you? My breath is sensitive, like photons, and I am lost in space between where you …

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