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The Black Herald #2: Carbon based passion – Part 2

In a recent essay, Paul Stubbs wrote: “The poet of the 21st century will, like any animal, be subject only to the continuing process of adapting to his own biological environment, to create a poetry that must strive in its imagination to actually affect the planetary balance (…) The pen in the hand today need […]

The Black Herald #2: Freedom from the necessity of success – Part One.

It is the ambitious hopes of editor poets Blandine Longre and Paul Stubbs that The Black Herald only publish works that are: “… vital and original, and above all else, might well incubate itself to the exterior world of publicity – though this is the hope of the editors, not necessarily the writers themselves.” They […]