This month our issues hit double figures, and we have a strange and wonderful line up for it, too – including (but not limited to) smugglers, dinners, literary icons, an octopus, a tapir, pop stars, and the passage of time. Enjoy*!
*(Or whatever it is people do with Picaroon…)
Also, in other Picaroon Poetry news: please do check out our latest pamphlets, which were published between issues #9 and #10 – Historical Plans Of How Romans Made Drains by Sez Thomasin and The Happy Bus by Louisa Campbell – if you haven’t already. Rogue poets in print, what could be better!
Issue #10 features poetry by Stephen Daniels, Stella Bahin, John Grey, Claire Lloyd, Lorraine Carey, Kathleen Latham, Natalie Crick, Leda Muscatello, Billy Malanga, Sarah Shirley, Pat Edwards, Monique Byro, James Croal Jackson, D. Dallas, Neil Fulwood, Howie Good, Michele Stepto, Tristan Moss, Joe Cottonwood, S.E. Acton, Brett Evans, Samuel Kendall, Philip Flynn, Belinda Rimmer, J.A. Sutherland, Kathleen Strafford, Catriona Yule, Patricia Walsh, Nick Romeo, J.P. Bohannon, and Hannah Stone.
(Click the cover to read / download the issue on Yumpu. As always, if you need to read from a PDF to accommodate for a visual impairment, or if you are unable for any other reason to access/download the issue via Yumpu, please email Kate at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I’ll be happy to provide a PDF for you.)