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Rochford Street Review · 6d ago

Featured Writer Julie Watts: ‘The story of Julian who will never know we loved him’

The story of Julian who will never know we loved him there’s a drunk on the train spouting Kant Immanuel Kant that’s the dude who changed my life. he lurches up the aisle       woolies bag s...
Rochford Street Review · 6d ago

Featured Writer Julie Watts: Biographical Note

  Julie Watts is a Western Australian writer and Counsellor/ Play Therapist who lives by the coast with her family. She has been published in various journals and anthologies including: West...
Rochford Street Review · 6d ago

Improvisational Openness: Jen Crawford launches ‘Semi’ by Owen Bullock

Semi by Owen Bullock was launched by Jen Crawford at the Poetry on the Move festival at the University of Canberra, 20 September 2017. It’s funny how much a book of poetry can carry what one...
Rochford Street Review · 1w ago

Featured Writer Remi Raji: One Poem

Does the earth turn? In cycles, in circles of turns… The earth turns, yet it does not The sterile never does the womb dance Nor the eunuch celebrate songs of birth The vulture never refuses ...
Rochford Street Review · 1w ago

Featured Writer Remi Raji: Biographical Note

  Remi Raji is the pen name of the award winning, Nigerian poet and scholar, Aderemi Raji-Oyelade. He is the author of six collections of poetry, including A Harvest of Laughters (Kraftbooks...
Rochford Street Review · 1W ago

Featured Writer George Mario Angel Quintero: One Poem

The moth stutters, stares, voracious, knots staying, cloud, cloud. Silhouette of the cold, bat, tides, relamps pride, cricket, cricket. Night lightnings, fireworks in a jar, floods its river...
Rochford Street Review · 1W ago

Featured Writer George Mario Angel Quintero: Biographical Note

  George Mario Angel Quintero is a multitalented, bilingual poet, author, playwright, theatre director, artist, and musician who was born in San Francisco, California to Colombian parents. H...
Rochford Street Review · 2W ago

The incredulity of the painter: Lisa Sharp reviews Jordan Richardson’s exhibition, ‘Shadows on a cave wall’

Jordan Richardson: Shadows on a cave wall. 15 November to 2 December 2017. Michael Reid Sydney, Surry Hills. Jordan Richardson paints from a place of incredulity and with this approach he ap...
Rochford Street Review · 2W ago

“Held in suspense”: Amarie Bergman reviews Christopher Gulick’s residency and exhibition at Factory 49

Christopher Gulick’s residency-workshop-performance-exhibition. Factory 49, Main Showroom. Monday 16 October – Saturday 11 November 2017. Christopher Gulick, an American artist renowned for ...
Rochford Street Review · 2W ago

Featured Writer Barbara Pogačnik: One Poem

Hours, Sailed Forth from the Cellar L`heure qui pousse son troupeau Mais on cherche ceux qui le gardent .                               –Pierre Reverdy We polish a clock like … Continue read...