Tag: uHlanga Press


Liminal by Douglas Reid Skinner

Why do we keep anything? All morning I hear the pages rustling softly in the stacks. Autumn comes to all leaves. This seventh collection from one of South African poetry’s under-appreciated masters is possibly his best yet. Metatextual, meticulous and...

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Liminal by Douglas Reid Skinner

Prunings by Helen Moffett

Where do unfinished poems go – the early buds, the offcuts, all of the blooms that can’t be bunched together? In this beguiling bouquet of travel poetry, diary fragments, letters, works-in-progress and retrospection, Helen Moffett offers us a rare look...

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Prunings by Helen Moffett

Questions for the Sea by Stephen Symons

Lyrical and lachrymose, Stephen Symon’s debut collection of poems fearlessly voyages through the vast and unknowable depths of ocean and adulthood. In sparse, yet gorgeously flowing verse, Symons gives in to the currents of love, war, nostalgia and fatherhood, bringing...

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Questions for the Sea by Stephen Symons