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Orbis 185, Autumn
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Front cover artwork: ‘The Travellers‘ by Jane Indigo Moore
back cover, detail from image: www.janeindigoart.com
Fancy a taste of The Full English Brexit, offered up by Michael Henry?
Or fed up already, perhaps that’s why Frederick has gone to ground;
Anne Osbourn has a puzzle to solve, And if you’d also like to escape
the gloomy weather,along with Maxima Kahn, in this Gathering Fall,
lose yourself in Art, and enjoy Kevin Cahill’s description
of How They Met Themselves. Well, better than giving cause for concern:
Stratford A. Kirby’s Sheep Worrier –
even more so with the Cow Trespassing, from Bill Dodd;
could end up thinking, may as well Make me a wilderness, like Matthew Smith…
or even a Red Brick Wall (John Bartlett). But one thing’s for sure,
reading Orbis helps build up inspiration.
Fokkina McDonnell: Animate and inanimate objects relating to J Abraham;
Just another week; Partial view of a loch
Poems from: Chrissy Banks, An Agnostic’s Christmas; Kevin Cahill,
How They Met Themselves; Chris Raetschus, Limerence;
Frank Wood, Pericles, His Diary
Prose from: María Castro Dominguez, Blind Insight;
Phil Knight, Campanula Capratica;
Fokkina McDonnell,This is a portrait if I say so;
Vincent Smith, Love that will not let me go
Translation: Ranald Barnicot, From the Italian of Gabriele D’annunzio
Past Master: Jocelyne Thébault on Arthur Rimbaud
Article: ‘His Chosen Islands: Richard Murphy’ by Benjamin Keatinge
Reviews by Angelina d’Roza, Philip Dunkerley, David Harmer,
Clairr O’Connor, D. A. Prince, Andrew Taylor and Noel Williams
Orbis 185 Contributors also include
Nick Burbridge; David Burridge; Malcolm Carson; Eileen Casey; Ian Caws;
Doreen Duffy; Attracta Fahy; Carol Featherstone; Lorna Grinter;
Claire Louise Hunt; Simon Lewis; Ray Malone; Probal Mazumdar;
Dave Medd; Stuart Pickford; Marilyn Ricci; Sheila Spence;
Jill Townsend; Davide Trame; Frank Wood