Miro Sandev

Security camera roosting

(after Ted Hughes) I sit under the eaves of buildings, my eyes open. no falsifying dream between my straight tail and straight brain. no sleep to delay me, I rewind the day’s play and zero in on the city’s fringe-dwellers. …

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Sophia Sestina

the Athena school, despite clearly sounding Greek is a scientology seminary for kids in Newtown near the Carlisle Castle, just off King street, nestled in between antiques and pretentious home wares boutiques; I wonder do they teach translation or anything …

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Judith Beveridge’s Twelve Highlights from 2014

Throughout 2014, Judith Beveridge selected one poem per month to spotlight in Cordite Poetry Review, and she delivered excellent choices … writing a bit to each selection. We have compiled them all here in one article. Enjoy!

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Feature Poem with Judith Beveridge: a poem is not a meme

Miro Sandev’s poem ‘poetry is not a meme’ is an ironic take on poetry’s refusal to be subsumed by technological culture. In the octave of the sonnet, the poet uses web jargon and terminology in intelligent and witty ways, effectively …

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