THE POETRY BUS
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The Bus began as a weekly online exercise which proved so popular that we just had to turn it into a real magazine!
We choose quality poems that have something to say, and say it well.
Egalitarianism and inclusivity are what we strive for. PB is edited by a woman and a man, one a poet the other a reader.
are to provide a high quality vibrant showcase for new and more established poets and artists alike from across the world.
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Our latest release is
This is What Happened
A stunning debut poetry and visual art collection by Melissa Diem.
‘This is an electrifying narrative of the ancient drama of ‘relationship’, where Self and Other dance it out again and again. This formally intricate dance of language and breath and stress swings between Florida landscapes dreaming in the heat and Irish skies that threaten and enchant, between the intensely private and the almost terrifying immensities of the cosmos. Something of the loneliness of such cosmic awareness is in the poems too. I’d known Melissa Diem’s wonderful first novel, Changeling, so I was prepared for a powerful experience from her debut poetry collection. And I was right.‘
€19.70 including P+P worldwide
Find out more in this interview by Fran Lock at Culture Matters.
and at Melissa's website https://melissadiem.com/
The Death of Poetry by Peadar O'Donoghue
BUY NOW Triptych by Fan Lock, Fióna Bolger, Korliss Sewer.
Buy a copy of Triptych for €12 including post and packaging
Artwork by KIRSTY WHITLOCK
PB$ €12 including CD and P+P worldwide
The Crown, by
PB8 SOLD OUT
Found a few copies in the back of the cupboard! €12 including P+P worldwide
Artwork by STEVE SIMPSON
PB5 SOLD OUT!
by WENDY OLIVA
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Red Wolf, by
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Black 3D Portrait #1,
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My Daemons III (PB5)
AKIRIA KUSAKA Pipe Dream (PB5)
DAVID TIMONEY (PB5)
JESSICA BRILLI Typewriter (PB5)
PB9. (The Covd Diaries) Coming SOON!