“I love to work with language that forces me to choose the most powerful way to express what I feel in the fewest words…” Esther Phillips, our February Poet of the Month, in conversation with Jamie Osborn.Read More
Esther Phillips’ publications include ‘When Ground Doves Fly’ (Ian Randle Publishers, 2003) and ‘The Stone Gatherer’ (Peepal Tree Press, 2009). Her poems appear in several anthologies, and her work has recently been recorded for the Poetry Archive, UK. She is a Sunday columnist of the Nation Newspaper and editor of Bim: Arts for the 21st Century. She is founder of Writers Ink Inc. as well as the Bim Literary Festival & Book Fair.
“So when the wolf/ rips the night open…/you deny, you deny,/you deny.” Poem of the Week (February 24), by Esther Phillips.Read More
Match 2 in the opening round of The Missing Slate’s Poetry World Cup.Read More
“…in this tiny tumble-down dwelling,/ small village children stood, not on a bare/ dirt-floor, but tiptoe at the rim of the world.” By Esther Phillips, part of our Caribbean writers feature.Read More