Magma 67 Bones & Breath edited by Rob A. Mackenzie and A.B. Jackson is a description of who we all are: solid and ungraspable as water, robust and fragile as an iceberg.
|Scott McKendry||Belphegor, Lord of the Gap, Hell’s Ambassador to France|
|Cristina Haraba||There is a rotting deer carcass in the corner|
|Gail C DiMaggio||My Cousin and I Talk Saints|
|David Wheatley||Three Things|
|M67 editorial||This issue was put together during a period of significant global change. Brexit was sold to the public with a two-word slogan, “Take Control”; Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential election, surely the most grotesque political event of modern times, was driven by four words emblazoned on a baseball cap. In a hacked email…|
|Katy Evans-Bush on A Winch||“Arse – myne! – that’s how you know me” Magma 67, extra review: Katy Evans-Bush reviews Alison Winch’s Trouble, Emma Press, £6.50pm Alison Winch’s debut pamphlet, Trouble, seems to have been a long time coming. Even with a foreword by Sarah Howe and all its extraneous matter – title page, contents – it only reaches…|
|Claire Crowther on J Wainwright||Magma 67, extra review, Claire Crowther Reviews Jeffery Wainwright’s What Must Happen, Carcanet Press, £9.99 What Must Happen Jeffrey Wainwright Carcanet What Must Happen is not as positive as it sounds: things and people go nowhere or break up or become nothing. The appearance of the negative on seemingly every page…|