#03: a daytime picture of a nighttime song

from the position of the bed and the angle of the curtain the almost sexual curve of the curtain rail I believe that I could mount the television and fly first around the four bays each one another soul then down the corridor in search of air the nurses station is just one bending over … Continue reading #03: a daytime picture of a nighttime song

#02: ask the grunt (who knows)

and now there is reason to think about life suddenly the questions multiply I lie on my back between asleep and awake an nothing that I know is the same the blinking of the box that keeps on doling out my life is like a song that sings this has not been enough but the … Continue reading #02: ask the grunt (who knows)

5***** Review: Devil in the Wind — Indie Reviews

5***** Review of Devil in the Wind by Frank Prem, poetry blurb: Devil In The Wind is an account of catastrophic fire and its immediate aftermath. In this 21st century, the whole world seems to be on fire. America burns. Europe burns. Greece is reeling after its own tragedy of fire. And Australia burns, as … Continue reading 5***** Review: Devil in the Wind — Indie Reviews

Podcast on Indigo FM 88.0 21/03/2019 – Doug Wallen hosts a reading by Frank Prem

Still on the theme of World Poetry Day. I recorded a live reading on our local community radio station Indigo FM 88.0 yesterday. I'm delighted to be able to bring you a link to the reading which runs for 36.19 minutes. To listen it will be necessary for you to create a Login identity, but … Continue reading Podcast on Indigo FM 88.0 21/03/2019 – Doug Wallen hosts a reading by Frank Prem