Jude Cowan Montague

Jude Cowan Montague has 141 articles published.

Jude Cowan Montague is an artist and broadcaster. She produces 'The News Agents' for Resonance FM, a weekly show experimenting with international story and the arts. She worked at Reuters Television News for many years as an archivist and this has informed her poetry and some of her art. She's an award winning printmaker and a composer. Her graphic memoir 'Love on the Isle of Dogs' is available from Central Books.
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Rakinewis – The Capestrano Warrior by Marc Woodward

His shroud was campion in May;a king’s cape of crocus in November.Curled olive roots held him in the afterlifelike the fingers of forgotten gods.For two and a half millennia blinking skies cycled over him –until a contadino’s plough tipped his hatand he was exhumed for wonder. When we first met he was standingbright and alone in a cold… Keep Reading

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Earth-Dreams by Sue Hubbard

But a mermaid has no tears and, therefore, suffers so much more.              Hans Christian Andersen. . All night I dreamt of land. Of soil crumbling through my fingers to leave black parings under broken nails, . of fields spread with dung and that melancholy light of autumn, the colours of clay and fire, where… Keep Reading

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Venerable Bede by James Kerr

The face of God upon the water Moving swift without a sound On this jingle jangle morning The wheels have turned around. Took a drive on down past Monkton Early Autumn, weather fine Your rod and staff, a double helix Like a joke you played through time . Always hungry for the vision I just… Keep Reading

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FLUSMS by James Worse

frusping by the wuthersidea swittering of gooseloss,the yutherblussom chunteringin glumhalf so misfectual.the tumbermoles are shunderingas the flusms quike a flissery,swilfen by the yesperside,on a glommerid mismucifal. . . James Worse is autistic. Words or phrases appear in his mind almost continuously and although they’re not recognisably English, they give him the freedom to say things… Keep Reading

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