Monthly Archives: May 2017

Cast

Long the light, & still Hot. First reds, a yellowing In leaf Breeze on burnt grass In corners the shadows of wings * (this poem first appeared with Konundrum Engine Literary Review)

Viernes

Loneliness and monotony: the curse. A hostel named Terminus. “Pero no puedo entrar la casa,” the man said, putting a bag into the backseat, dressed as if to go to a soccer match. The stranger said, “We could go to Barcelona, but you would have to drive. Can you do that?” Bells. The story would […]

Excerpt: Valencia

He was sat in a corner of the cafeteria, tiled walls and tables; the floor; noon’s drinkers; the light; thinking about Goya’s shadows and useless things. He was sat in a corner of the city, thinking about the man who’d made its bells. He was sat in a corner of the day, thinking about the […]

The Ear & the Heart Know

I recently completed an email interview with the very kind Melissa Beck at The Book Binder’s Daughter, if interested you can read it here