Words for War. selected poems. Oksana Maksymchuk & Max Rosochinsky

WordCity Literary Journal gratefully acknowledges editors Oksana Maksymchuk and Max Rosochinsky and the following poets for partnering with us on this issue. For more on this collection, please visit https://www.wordsforwar.com and consider purchasing from your favourite bookshop. Contents: Anastasia Afanasieva – from The Plain Sense of Things Vasyl Horoborodko – I fly away in theContinue reading “Words for War. selected poems. Oksana Maksymchuk & Max Rosochinsky”

Lament for Mariupol. a poem by Jack J. B. Hutchens

Lament for Mariupol It is impossible to get lost in flattened ruins as grainy char will always point you towards hell, and tall buildings wavering in the hazy Slavic evening no longer obstruct violent red horizons. This long-forgotten place, squeezed between the wide European plain and the cold deep of the Azov Sea, is nowContinue reading “Lament for Mariupol. a poem by Jack J. B. Hutchens”