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Perfect Happiness/Joanna Nissel

 

Joanna’s poem is a perfectly formed four-line stanza, full of painful memories expressed with the skilled storytelling Joanna’s work is known to bring. An addictive read, it’s a poem that fills the reader with fractures of memories that come together to create a beautiful and profound poem. We hope in sharing this poem you can return to it time and again to experience the various emotions it shelters within the lines.

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Sneha Subramanian Kanta

Sneha has impressed us no end at Eye Flash. After accepting her poetry for issue three we are spellbound, her poetry complex and accessible, pulling the reader into the world she has intricately created. Sneha is one to watch for the future, creating one of the most respectable poetry journals around , ‘Parentheses’,

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Josep Almudever Chanza

Josep’s intimate and engaging interview with Eye Flash is an authentic reflection of his poetry. Living in Edinburgh after being born and raised in Spain, Josep’s constant evolution of rhyme and word keeps his readers on their toes- including us. We are delighted to have Josep’s poem ‘Polyphemus’ in issue three for you to read. Find out more about him below.

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Anna Saunders

We are lucky enough to have Anna Saunders guest edit our issue two, due out next Spring. Anna is the CEO and founder of Cheltenham Poetry Fetival.  She has been described as ‘a poet who surely can do anything’ by The North  and ‘a poet of quite remarkable gifts’ by Bernard O’Donoghue. 

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