When Andrew Maybee Got Elected by Peter Cowlam I remember, from way back, the very first story I […]
. . . says the Doomsday clock Zombie Apocalypse, 25 th July 2021 By Gordon Liddle It looks […]
By Eve Hall We bought Araminta the day after the doctor told us we would soon be the […]
By Peter Cowlam I first met Harry at the back end of the ’90s, almost a decade after […]
A reply to the Howard Kaplan’s article: ‘Is goodwill enough?’ By Nidal Saeed After reading Howard Kaplan’s article […]
Are you mystified? Well, allow me to enlighten you! We are watching ordinary South Africans riot as they […]
By Phil Hall For most of the journey I was slap up against a secretary from Mexico City. […]
This is a painful, personal and political subject that affects us all. By Phil Hall Cleaning can be […]
Dave Blazer’s meditations on The Way Although I was officially now a shihan, a sensei in my own […]
In Israel-Palestine people are ignoring government and reaching out to each other. By Howard Kaplan In the desert […]
Was Noah Webster right to try to rationalise the spelling of English? By Phil Hall How terribly irritating […]
Review by Jon Elsby Reviewers have been divided about the purpose of this book. Supporters of Donald Trump […]
Capitalism has declared war on the planet, on you! Zombie Apocalypse 13th July 2021 By Gordon Liddle Well, […]
The landscape of social media is a noisy place! Sometimes the poets who shout little about their work are often difficult to discover! Hence, at Ars Notoria, the team has no hesitation in celebrating Peter Cowlam’s poem.
Yogesh Patel’s new poetry collection. By Phil Hall The Rapids is a collection of poetry published by The […]
This month, Ian Duhig gives us a rare treat with his unique brand of poetry. Where Wendy Cope can be light-hearted, Ian is far more word-mischievous poet. From his palette comes a great mixture of intellect and humour that is highly inventive, eccentric and witty.