Sunday, 28 of May 2017

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The Jackdaw, Married

The Jackdaw, Married coverMat Joiner’s poem The Jackdaw, Married has been published in Goblin Fruit’s Winter 2013 issue.

“You’ll most likely find him on broken ground…”


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Nash at Wittenham

Not One of Us #50 coverMat Joiner’s poem Nash at Wittenham has been published in Not One of Us, issue #50.

“The way back’s as long as the shadow
the beeches cast from the top of the hill.”


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The Fernery

Not One of Us #50 coverMat Joiner’s story The Fernery has been published in Not One of Us, issue #50.

A story of neighbours, ghosts, and “deep time” in a bottle garden.


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And Deeper Than Did Ever Plummet Sound

Strange Horizons coverStrange Horizons have published Mat Joiner’s poem And Deeper Than Did Ever Plummet Sound.

“…But some books float, Prospero…”


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The Turning Track

Rustblind and Silverbright coverMat Joiner has co-written a story with Rosanne Rabinowitz, which has been published in Eibonvale Press’s anthology of slipstream railway stories, Rustblind and Silverbright.

Four people arrive at a derelict railway station at night, waiting for a fabled train whose journeys transcend time, life, and death.


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The Mirrors were Gardens

Cafe Irreal #46 coverThe Cafe Irreal has published the first of Mat Joiner’s ‘Cirrus Minor’ tales in issue 46.

In The Mirrors were Gardens, reflections become roses.

 


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Navigations

Through the Gate coverMat Joiner’s poem Navigations has been published in Through the Gate, issue #3.

“The dog at her side is less familiar than excuse to trace the towpath-glyphs, scry canals…”


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A Wake for Tesla

Through the Gate coverMat Joiner’s poem A Wake for Tesla has been published in Through the Gate, issue #3.

“Juggler of sparks, wireless-dreamer…”


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For Nein Sicks

Exquisite Corpse coverMat Joiner has co-written a piece with Jason Rolfe and Rhys Hughes, published online as part of Sein Und Werden’s ‘Exquisite Corpse’ issue (Spring 2013).

In this surreal exquisite corpse, Henry goes on the run with a pistol and a magpie.


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A Black Dog

A Black Dog coverMat Joiner’s poem A Black Dog has been published in Stone Telling, #9 (Menagerie).

“The days when this body’s a prison ship, and
the nights when I am on the ledge of three AM…”


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