Rodney Wood

Rodney Wood

Poems by Rodney Wood Madame Legrand The Rat Woman The Knife-Grinder of Wexford Rocco Swenty di Malaga Ilse Koch Rodney Wood lives in Farnborough, his poetry has appeared recently in The High Window Press, The Ofi Press, Magma and Envoi. His debut pamphlet, Dante...
Naomi Wood

Naomi Wood

Escape Your birth will be a catastrophic ripeningThe price to belong to yourself will be theAntiques handed down to you-The lullabies of late night callsAnd all the excuses you made in order not to risk it. The counterfeit papers for your escape stuffed in your...
Rodney Wood

Rodney Wood

BIZARRE COST CUTTING IDEAS Cures for The Black Death included: wearing a dead toad, applying powdered unicorn horn, a newly dead pigeon and crushed emeralds, drinking 10 year old medicine, having urine baths and living in a sewer.   put really expensive guns on...
Naomi Wood

Naomi Wood

Closed. A Gift. A cut. Buried in the depth of you. Just enough to leave you in ruin But not so the eye can see. A fissure the exact shape and size As fire To rip through more than a canyon Of your furtive self. Like an imaginary friend The implicate re-writes Itself...

Rodney Wood

SCOUTS’ “AIDE MEMOIRE” IN RHYME hair is the barometer on men’s emotional life it stays all the way to old age, death and after temple fade, shoe, surfer, tapered or bouffant hair is the barometer on men’s emotional life rockabilly, high fade with hard part and quiff...