Jon and I have poems in the latest issue of new poetry magazine Poems in Which. The concept is simple but fantastic. Remember all those poems that begin in this way? So do editors Amy Key and Nia Davies.
The manifesto for PiW reads:
Poems In Which is an occasional poetry journal edited by Amy Key and Nia Davies. Poems published here share a common title, ‘Poem in Which’ and they must be new, written for this journal, rather than post-titled to fit. Beyond that there are no constraints, nothing is true, everything is permitted.
As a challenge, writing a piece along these lines was at the same time was a free but focused experience. Given those three words as a kick-off, your brain immediately starts building scenarios. I worked with three possible titles before hitting upon 'Poem in which I am captured. Again.', and in the end I wrote something out of character/voice, which is always mighty satisfying.
Check out issues one and two here!