This poem by Pan Edward negotiates an elusive sense of trust that escapes through the speaker's fingers.
In this poem, Pan Edward travels by bus, escaping a past life to explore somewhere new.
As part of feature with Durham spoken word artist Fahad Al-Amoudi, we are publishing two of his works. 'Mansa Musa Money' dreams of abundant wealth as a hazy symbol with a vertiginous effect.
As part of the joint Books and Creative Writing feature with Durham spoken-word artist Fahad al-Ahmoudi, we are publishing two of his spoken word pieces. ’I Could’ve’ plays with possibilities, potential, and the power of poetry.
Alex Leggatt sits with spoken word artist and Durham student Fahad Al-Amoudi to discuss spoken word in the mainstream, slam poetry and the importance of poetry in a divided world.
In this short story by Katherine Skipper, an accordionist reflects on life as he watches the world go by from a bus.
How much do we internalise sexism? In 'Baseball', a feminist activist guiltily faces their own subconscious.