Magma 59

Edited by Roberta James with Alex Pryce

When we decided on the theme of breaks for this issue, we knew some strong poems would arrive in the inbox.  Already familiar with powerful lines like Sylvia Plath's "I break up in pieces and fly about like clubs" from…


Cleaning Our Bones In her early poem Advice to a Discarded Lover, Fleur Adcock compares the left lover to a dead bird, “not only…

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