An international online magazine that publishes Surrealist poetry in English.
The Gun Field
The gun field shot anybody who walked on it. Of course, the mountains soon became snipers and the valleys the kinds of trenches that living things cower in. This is what happens when you think the environment's solely responsible.
I was sent into the wolf for buts. But you can't eat me. But you can't get inside a wolf if he doesn't eat you. I did not report that I had failed but gave him a tickle under his hat. But a wolf doesn't wear a hat. I got four buts.
The Humless Hummingbird
Outside my bedroom window is a bush. The bush makes no sound and does not wake
me. Inside the bush is more bush. I dream that inside the man there is more man.
MTC Cronin is from Australia. She has published twenty books (poetry, prose poems and essays). Recent collections include in possession of loss (Shearsman Books, 2014) and The Law of Poetry (Puncher & Wattmann, 2015). A new collection of prose poems, God is Waiting in the World's Yard, is forthcoming from Puncher & Wattmann in early 2018.