The Power Issue


by NJ Hynes · illustrations: Tim McDonagh


In the land without power

by Donna Butlin · illustrations: Phil Cooper

Ross Sutherland

With his name constantly gracing the bills of poetry nights across the country, Ross Sutherland is becoming one of the most recognised names on the British poetry circuit. With his flair and fascination for manipulating and experimenting with language, he’s also partly responsible for opening up the world of poetry to those less acquainted. Within the midst of a flurry of live shows, we caught up with him to find out about his relationship with technology and filmmaking, and why poetry should be taught like sport.

The queen’s carriage

by Jess Little · illustrations: Monsieur Cabinet


Apple seeds

by Cróna Gallagher · illustrations: Darren Cranmer