Magma Poetry 55 is edited by Tim Kindberg and Karen McCarthy Woolf, on the theme of the soul and the machine.
Issue 55 Kindle edition
Please be aware that Kindle devices have set line lengths and that unintended line breaks can be imposed on poetry by the formatting. Reducing font size and/or setting the view to landscape on your Kindle will reduce likelihood of this.
There are 3 poems in Magma 55 that are particularly layout sensitive, and this should be taken into consideration when reading the issue on Kindle. They are Paul Stephenson’s ‘cautious means reduce’, James Grabill’s ‘Questions for Applicants’ and Jocelyn Page’s ‘Genetics’.
To buy Magma 54 – The Visible and the Invisible kindle version, edited by Judy Brown and Cherry Smyth, please click here.
To buy Magma 53 – Poetry and Music kindle version, edited by Rob MacKenzie and Kona Macphee, please click here