Found Poem based on extracts from Fidel Castro’s letter to President Roosevelt.Read More I don’t know very English
You have never seen her dance.
Browner than black and white, she is sepia.Read More Your Darling is a Cuttlefish
“Two signs on a brick wall point the way.
Take it or leave it. It’s as simple as that.
The choice is only yours to make.”Read More Give or Take
two words eliding together
clouds tearing at seams, re-feathering for day
crows flapping wingsRead More Watching Sunrise over Mountains
Clown walks into police station.
Half a cheek smeared with the weight of a falling
tear. Lips stretched to a clotted moon. Drooling.Read More Clowns can get away with Murder
Rumor has it that it was written by his wife.
Couldn’t happen to a nicer bloke.Read More Has anyone told Dave yet?
Brother imagines himself marching to Burma.
Superman’s knickers. A red turban. Wants to be a hero.Read More Shorts
SATI: You’re my sister. JASPAL: So? SATI: We’re the same. Same blood. Same badness. As bad as each other. (Scene 12) I discovered this play while browsing the basement of Housmans: a radical bookshop in Kings Cross. Set in Birmingham in the 1980s – 90s the play is a strikingly visceral depiction of a working-class […]Read More Besharam, Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti (2001)