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The Border Terrain: Rob Taylor interviews Sadiqa de Meijer

Ancestor vs. Ancestor – Sadiqa de Meijer The darkness then was darker than we know; it never left the corners of a room, rose velvetly from cellars, where it blinded the potatoes— like curd it formed a film on wooden spoons. Grains of darkness clustered between brothers. Dark moisture kept the cabbage leaves apart. All […] Read More

Mary Trafford reads “A Drawing Lesson”

. A Drawing Lesson I remember the rules from childhood: blue sky above, brown earth below, colour in between, and, somewhere high up, a beaming yellow sun. I follow the rules, discarding all I have learned between the brown earth of childhood and the thin blue sky of now, try to locate the random specifics […] Read More

Could you be Arc’s fourteenth virtual Poet-In-Residence?

Arc Poetry Magazine is now accepting applications from candidates wishing to be Arc’s next Poet-in-Residence! The 2022/2023 program year goes from November 1, 2022 to July 31, 2023.   Please Note: this project is pending funding and subject to change. Arc Poetry Magazine reserves the right to cancel or modify this program without further notice. […] Read More

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