Chairs and sofas are blooming on the spring issue of The Interpreter’s House. No need for daffs and crocuses when you can enjoy poetry and short stories, curled up somewhere warm until the clocks change.
Poets in issue 64 include Miranda Barnes, Claire Booker, Ingrid Casey, Gram Joel Davies, Pamela Job, Wendy Klein, Julie Mellor, Katrina Naomi, Stuart Pickford, James Sutherland Smith and Samuel Tongue.
And if that’s not enough to rev up your day, there’s fiction by Anna Lewis, Eleanor Fordyce and Nicola Ratnett, plus Dawn Gorman reviews Much Possessed (John Foggin, smith/doorstop) and Martin Malone reviews Scarlet Tiger (Ruth Sharman, Templar Poetry).
The Interpreter’s House is edited by Martin Malone from his eerie in Aberdeen and comes out three times a year. If you want your work to appear in the summer issue, hurry, hurry as the submissions window closes on Feb 28th.
To buy a copy of issue 64 or find out more about the magazine, go to: theinterpretershouse.com
Congrats on another publication Claire! And thanks for the deadline reminder. H x
Congratulations, Claire… Hope to attend ‘Beyond Words’ evening in March. Chris
Thank you Chris. I have tickets for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf that evening, so sadly will miss you. Still aiming to come to your launch. More details please! Cxx