Spillwords.com presents: Spot The Difference, written by Katie Lewington, a UK based writer who has been drafting, editing and rewriting … More
Hidden treasure maps, Dora’s map, Google maps …
Grandma’s face has a lot to say. It’s her turn to put her grandchild to bed, but it’s her cartwheeling eyes, her twitchy nose and the useful gap in her front teeth that make up the real bedtime story.
Grandma’s Face tells her Story, & now the author of this excellent children’s book tells her story.
Flash Fiction writer Elaine McKay, who has been published by Literary Orphans & 100 Word story, tells us about her love for theatre, film, & her future writing plans.
More poems about piffy, ferns, consultancy, Kentucky, crayons, and gristle. These poems are sneaky, carefully measured, narrative but layered, lyrical but possessive. Feathered, but not like 80s hair. Full of vim. Where do we put them? In a genealogy? In a drawer?
Why is this word so difficult to spell?
In this short book of previously unpublished verse, indie poet Harry Whitewolf spits out his words with the ferocity of a rampant llama on speed. Poems knocking the establishment and rants mocking modern society are wedged between personal tales of boozing, smoking, loneliness and sex. Delivered with passion, anger, humour, beat and bite, this new collection is a quick sizzle trip through Harry’s dirty thirties.
Go on, give an indie poet a go.
“but in the evenings you seem to grow worse, a monster
my Jekyll and Hyde
one or the other
with your friends- jealousy and loneliness
you’re not a person
but if i think of you like one -“