Blinking Cursor is a literary magazine showcasing writing from both new and experienced writers of all ages. This issue contains the poetic talent of twenty-three individuals - long poems, short... More > poems, haikus, freeverse and more can all be found within these pages.< Less
The Cursor Mundi is a long religious epic of 25 000 lines, a survey of man's view of the world as it appeared to an anonymous cleric living in the fourteenth century. The poem is unique in that it is... More > the first work of this kind written in the English language since the Norman Conquest. It is also the most comprehensive treatment in the vernacular during the Middle Ages, of all the most important events in the religious history of the world. The purpose of Dr. Mardon's study is to show the artistic unity, achieved by skilful blending of prophecy and legend, of one of the most remarkable pieces of medieval literature. The book provides an eminently readable and interesting introduction to the longer poem, the author quoting generously from the original Early English text. A useful addition to the book list of the student dealing with the literature of this important period.< Less
Brought to you by the creator of Blinking Cursor Literary Magazine, this is a quick reference guide to writing poetry. It looks at examples from famous poets, what tools they use and how we can use... More > them to improve our own work.< Less
The second issue of Blinking Cursor Literary Magazine hosts both poetry and flash fiction from writers across the globe. Plus, we consider the components of a good poem.
Front cover art is kindly... More > supplied by Jim Fuess. Visit his site at www.jimfuessart.com
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The fourth issue of Blinking Cursor Literary Magazine, including poetry and short stories from writers worldwide, advice on writing and a review of the new poetry "Bone Silence" by Peycho... More > Kanev.< Less