January-March-2018

The January – March 2018 issue of Sentinel Literary Quarterly is now available to download & read online.

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The Sentinel Champions – winners and commended poems from the Sentinel Literary Quarterly Poetry Competition  (November 2017) have been published here.

From Thursday, February 8th, we will serialise the contents of this issue in the SLQ New Reads & News Blog and The Sentinelle Feed.

January – March 2018 Contents

Contents

Editorial Note

SECTION 1: SLQ POETRY

ROGER ELKIN – Three Poems: Being Waspish / History’s Footnote: the fly / Showering Grandma

PENNY HOPE – Hermit

CLYDE KESSLER – Two poems:  Landing in Chisana / Burning the Sorghum Patch

VIVIAN WAGNER – Two Poems: Epitaph on a Tyrant: A Glosa / Haikus for the Last Week of the Semester

MW Bewick  – An Anniversary

HARIS ČOLIĆ – Cultural Importance of Drinking Coffee

MITCHELL GRABOIS – Farms

SAM SILVA – Wordsmiths Becoming Empty

CLAIRE PANKHURST – Two Poems:  Littlehampton / Hoylake 

JOSEPH BUEHLER – Dissolves

DAVID LOHREY – Kabuki Lessons

DARREN DEMAREE – Two poems: Emily as a Third-Floor Window / Emily as I Cannot Write a Poem about New York

MD KERR – humument after AS Byatt

CHARLIE JONESHigh-Rise

SAMUEL W JAMESThe Giraffes

SECTION 2: ESSAYS & REVIEWS  

MANDY PANNETT Review of Gap Year by Andy Blackford and John Foggin  /

Review of Alice in Winterland  by Julie Egdell

SECTION 3: DRAMA

GEORGE FREEK  – She’s a Pill

JOHN LADD – Ashes to Ashes

SECTION 4: FICTION

STEVEN THOMAS – Damascus

ARLENE JACKSON – Miss Fit

SECTION 5: SENTINEL CHAMPIONS

Mary Anne Smith – Dreamland

AC CLARKE – Negotiating slugs

JUDE NEALE – A Place t to Call Home

CLAIRE WILLIAMSON – Extremities

DEREK SELLEN – Of One Matter

GABRIEL GRIFFIN – Sometimes, in the snow, I think I see

MICHAEL BROWN – Grave Marker, Whitby Abbey

LYN THORNTON – The Return

AUDREY ARDERN-JONES – The Call

MARTIN WILDMAN – Machine

SANDRA GALTON – Answering Julia Copus

 

Last updated 07 February 2018