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Harriet Moore
Harriet Moore is a poet and literary agent from South London. Her work has been published in Clinic and Ambit amongst others.

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I settle up with Mother Sugar My rent for the winter is one confession, the deposit for the suit is a letter to the man who requested I wear it The bell is free (my own burden)   1 To open it, is to experience an event of whiteness, what Bachelard wrote about the almond of a wardrobe’s insides My heart is an almond, lost all its colour Don’t come upon it suddenly, it is very jeune fille, very little fellow, not for the opening   2 Dear […] I didn’t know I was a dog you didn’t want The dog’s religion: You whistled and I came
Extract from 'The Marriage Bureau'

Prize Entry

November 2017

Harriet Moore

Gentle

poetry

November 2016

Harriet Moore

poetry

November 2016

Forgive me Sister for I have sinned it’s been seconds since my last confession. I sit in the dark accounting compassion. Shamefully small change,...

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Prize Entry

April 2016

Role Play

Naomi Frisby

Prize Entry

April 2016

Your right hand is the first to go. One Sunday afternoon as you’re sitting on the sofa reading the...

Interview

May 2015

Interview with Maggie Nelson

Jess Cotton

Interview

May 2015

Nothing, it seems, falls outside Maggie Nelson’s field of inquiry. The author of four books of poetry and five...

fiction

Issue No. 5

Sent

Joshua Cohen

fiction

Issue No. 5

These women lived in hope, they lived for the future as if they were every one of them already...

 

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