October–December 2013

THE SENTINEL LITERARY QUARTERLY INTERVIEW

Uche Peter Umez interviews Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo

“Poetry succeeds through the deployment of graphic imagery.”

 

POEMS

 

JIM BENNETT

In the car park of the Ponderosa Café

BILL LYTHGOE

I Remember

KWABENA AGYARE YEBOA

Kosama

DAVID CADDY           

After Sonnet 54

After Sonnet 118

GBANABOM HALLOWELL

Ferry me across the River Rokel

CATHERINE EDMUNDS

diana of the uplands

SHANTA ACHARAYA

Moscow to St Petersburg

TOM PESCATORE

If I don’t get out there soon I’ll die

SIMON ZONENBLICK

Leonard Cohen in London 1960

JENNY POWELL

A Pilates Flash Mob in Tiananmen Square

IAN C SMITH

Literary Vagabond

SHEILA HAMILTON

Maud Stevens Wagner, Tattoo Artist, Travels Across America With Her New Husband Who Is Also Skilled In The Art, 1907.

How Olive Wharry and Lilian Lenton burnt down the tea house at Kew Gardens

STANLEY M NOAH

Shadows in the house of lights

PANSY MAURER-ALVAREZ

Consider

Just Before Leaving

REBECCA BILKAU

At Sea

A Blue Dancer Speaks

NICK PEMBERTON

Cage Wrestling for Dummies

MARK TOTTERDELL

Sidwell Street

SIMON JACKSON

Unborn

JULIE MELLOR

House of Thorns

SIMON COLLINGS

Four more ways of looking at a Blackbird

 

SHORT STORIES

 

JOAN DOWLING

Cold Comfort

JIM KROEPFL

Spirit of the Pike

PAXTON AVENUE

Memory

SARAH EVANS

Glittering Girls

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