Frank McMahon’s poem ‘Nightshift’ has had a second outing after a shortened version was published by the literary magazine Brittle Star in November.
The poem, about the way mind sifts information in our sleep, appears in the December edition of the Frogmore Press’s online magazine:
“. ..dreck, scattered seeds, inconsequential dust, slivers of precious stones, the objects now
of noctural sift, pannage and salvage.”
The full poem can be read here
Frank’s short story ‘Grace Notes’ appears in Scribble, the short story magazine. He is also presenting an anthology of work by members of Somewhere Else on the theme of ‘Disposals’ on Corinium Radio this Sunday ( 27th January) between 4.30pm and 5pm. The programme will be repeated for the next three Sundays or listen again on the Broadcasts page.