Author Archives: Ben Banyard
Last weekend we went on one of our long family walks to Black Nore Lighthouse, which you may know is how the online journal I launched in January got its name. The walk got me thinking (as walks often do) how much I’m enjoying being an editor again after a break of about four years. […]
A stunner from Indigo Dreams co-director Ronnie Goodyer today, which shows how the poet can faithfully capture a moment for a reader.
An atmospheric poem, as well as news of Alison Brackenbury’s new collection.
An affecting eco poem by Rachael Clyne.
A moving, bitter-sweet poem from Dawn Bauling today.
Martin Malone’s poem is a pinpoint study of a bird he knew he needed to write about.
Marc Woodward’s brush with a wild boar, and his own mortality.
Something new this way comes!
An insightful and disarmingly honest piece today about a heartbreaking childhood memory.
Alasdair Paterson reflects on a poem which has taken on a life of its own.