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Magma 68, Margins, edited by David Floyd and Lucy Howard-Taylor, showcases poetry from the periphery, from the hinterland of lives, spaces and themes.

Poems

Louise Peterkin Interview with the woman who trepanned herself
Michael Conley A Thrill
William Stephenson The Restaurant Without Food
Leah Umansky Cersei
Lyn Moir Dead Man’s Clothes
Hilary Hares Lament of the Night Cough

Articles

“You forget parties” Helena Nelson reviews Much Possessed​ ​by ​John Foggin Magma 68, Margins, edited by David Floyd and Lucy Howard-Taylor, showcases poetry from the periphery, from the hinterland of lives, spaces and themes.
Magma 68 Editorial Magma 68, Margins, edited by David Floyd and Lucy Howard-Taylor, showcases poetry from the periphery, from the hinterland of lives, spaces and themes.
From: “Writing Alongside the Disappeared - Margins and a composition exercise” by Vahni Capildeo Magma 68, Margins, edited by David Floyd and Lucy Howard-Taylor, showcases poetry from the periphery, from the hinterland of lives, spaces and themes.
From “Marginalia - Poets, the Page and the Dream: a Tour of the Margin with Several Guides” by Katy Evans-Bush Magma 68, Margins, edited by David Floyd and Lucy Howard-Taylor, showcases poetry from the periphery, from the hinterland of lives, spaces and themes.
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