After a spot of ‘scorchio’ weather, I almost forgot to say how chuffed I am to have 4 poems accepted for the forthcoming ‘Afterwards’ anthology. Thank you Jack Caradoc.
Month: May 2021
Poems Published At 192 Magazine
Thrilled to have two poems in Poets’ Directory 192 Magazine Issue 3 alongside several poets I know and whose work I really admire. Thanks to editors Colin Bancroft and Mary Ford Neal for doing another brilliant job.
Here’s the link if you’d like to read the poems: https://poetsdirectory.co.uk/192
My first poem ‘Henry Raeburn: The Reverend Robert Walker Skating On Duddingston Loch c.1790’ can be read by clicking on the picture of him skating, and my second poem ‘Dylan Thomas At Breakfast In Café Delancey’ by clicking on the Dylan Thomas picture.
‘Sequoias’ published at Red Eft Review (USA)
So pleased to have ‘Sequoias’, the first of two poems, published at the US online magazine Red Eft Review today. Thank you Corey Cook. You can read it via this link:
Two Poems by Paul Waring
Pizza & Trumpets There’s no greeting fanfare in Arrivals, chest-high sign blaring your name in black capitals, pat on the back for a model past, …Two Poems by Paul Waring
Finest: Paul Waring
Pleased as punch to appear as part of Ben Banyard’s ‘Finest’ series today with my poem “On Bedsits”.
4 years ago, Ben was the first poetry editor I submitted to at the sorely missed Clear Poetry, my favourite at the time. Thrilled to be part of the ‘Finest’ series! Top man Ben, thank you.