In the second of three occasional poems to finish the year, in this week’s Poet’s Corner Sue Cook writes of coincidence and a name for both boys and girls.
In the first of three occasional poems to finish the year, this week's Poet's Corner sees celebrated potter Milton Moon recount how he came to share his home with a cat named Blossom.
A mobile phone is painfully poignant in this week’s Poet’s Corner contribution from SA writer Melanie Rees.
Valerie Volk crosses the International Dateline again in this second Poet’s Corner contribution from her new travelogue poetry collection.
Thoughts of shifting time, prompted by a crossing of the International Dateline, inspire this week’s Poet’s Corner contribution from a new travelogue poetry collection by Valerie Volk.
In this week’s Poet’s Corner, Linda Kohler offers two poems inspired by the visual arts.