Judith Taylor


Poetry This maritime poem delves into the love and commitments of a sealskin-bound fisherman, torn between his love of his wife and the sea. You take her word: yes but you hide the sealskin. Do you think the sea is so strong in her veins you can’t believe her?             …

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Poetry A short poem from Judith Taylor revels in the fleeting moment of personal interactions where rude behaviour turns into a moment of shame. Blink and you’ll miss it: that fleeting moment   of regret, when it dawns on Schrodinger’s Asshole that no-one’s laughing   and they’re going to have to work a little  on …

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