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‘In a Land no one can Define or Remember’

Konstandinos Mahoney the poet and I stand in front of the most marvellous paintings. Otherworlds in maroons, autumn browns, golds and that powdery mid blue that is neither bright nor dull. We’re in the heart of the Edward Burne-Jones exhibition at the Tate Britain. These are the supernatural pictures of mythological alabaster giants, characters stepped… Keep Reading

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Aunt Aphrodite by Konstandinos Mahoney

Konstandinos Mahoney, Greek-English-Irish London poet, won publication of his collection Tutti Frutti (SPM) in the Sentinel Publication Poetry Book Competition and is winner of the Poetry Society’s 2017 Stanza Competition. He teaches Creative Writing at Hong Kong University, blogs for the Asian Literary Review, and is rep for Barnes and Chiswick Stanza.   Aunt Aphrodite Gum… Keep Reading

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