One must be brave in the search for truth and not bow to authority; bow only to reasoned […]
… and Twitter and Facebook are ready to silence us. By Gordon Liddle Twitter is not your friend. […]
Ever since I stumbled on Sonnet Mondal’s poems, I have been captivated by their stunning simplicity and words evoking a magical experience. That he achieves this consistently is breath-taking.
In this occasional series, our aim is to connect you with some of these exceptional beauties I come across. These are rare, as they don’t need any awards.
Ars Notoria in Royal Society of Literature March news Inbox Mar 9, 2021 Dear Phil, Please note the […]
In the summer of 2018, I was contemplating a thoughtful gift for my dear friend’s birthday. Peter is a […]
If not Labour, then who? In football you write off teams that miss open goal after open goal, […]
A bad native speaker teacher sees the British as we and the students as they, as ‘Johnny foreigner’. […]
Meet Tishani in a place between her playful disposition and our exigent reality. She puts god in the middle of our chaos, our storming contradictions, our cosmos. As a rare treat, here are three poems from her collection: ‘A God at the Door’ Tishani Doshi is a tempest of talents.