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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... no. 4 February 2020 of Writ Poetry Review est. 2014 Writ Poetry Review
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Interview with Julie Watts, Alexis Late (interviewer), single work interview
'Julie Watts is a Western Australian writer. She has been published in various National and International journals and anthologies. She was shortlisted for the 2017 Montreal International Poetry Prize, won The Blake Poetry Prize 2017 and The Dorothy Hewett Award for an Unpublished Manuscript 2018. Her second poetry collection, Legacy, was published by UWA Publishing in November, 2018. She took a moment to talk to us about the story behind her Blake poem, what wasps reveal to us about human frailty, the connotations of the word ‘disarm’, the difficult origins of her book’s titular poem ‘Legacy of a Suicide’, and how images in poetry can offer a non-judgemental critique of societal issues.' (Introduction)
Underneath My Palmi"Underneath my palm", Julie Watts , single work poetry
Edinburghi"they built on top of the terror", Julie Watts , single work poetry
The Horneti"is a trussed up bundle", Julie Watts , single work poetry
Neruda’s Sixteen Finches, Shey Marque , single work poetry
Buriali"a week after arriving in canb with L, the one night screening essential blood moon", Connor Weightman , single work poetry
Author's note:

About the poem:

‘burial’ was previously published in The Grieve Anthology volume 6, 2018.

In recent years I’ve been thinking a lot about grief and the mundane ways people are drawn away from talking about or processing their feelings. Inter-generational silence can be an endless, self-reinforcing loop. On the bright side, we were truly blessed with lunar eclipses in 2018, and I’ll always be thankful for that.

Women Are Green Woodsi"women are green woods", Jan Napier , single work poetry
The Principle of Limitationi"In this instance, which is neither longer or shorter", Chris Konrad , single work
On the Blank Pagei"The emptied out contents of", David Adès , single work poetry
Pluripotenti"From your eyes slip", Vivienne Glance , single work poetry
01 + 02 | 2020i"clickbait : clickbait: bleed all about it:", Alice Savona , single work poetry
Deborah Drew an Echo’s Brimi"Seated around the table of poetry", Joyce Parkes , single work poetry
Songbirds of Saigoni"They come each morning", Vanessa Page , single work poetry
I Am Given Earringsi"I am given earrings that flash and shout", Gemma Parker , single work poetry
The Morning Fog (A Golden Shovel After Kate Bush)i"is sweetest at the Tropic of Capricorn, the", Stuart Cooke , single work poetry
Sound Bridgei"My son sings the Lacrimosa in Hodonin: joy-", Felicity Plunkett , single work poetry
Airfix Hoursi"you arrive on time, usual, while", Kevin Gillam , single work poetry
Salvage, Zenobia Frost , single work poetry
Coming Back to This Cityi"The thing is that until this afternoon I could have been in paradise. I'd seen her a couple of days", Stuart Cooke , single work poetry
That Housei"the one where the screams", Michele Seminara , single work poetry

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