Osmanthus Press Volume #0 – Earshrub

Five poets. Thirteen poems. One reviewer who has chosen to remain anonymous. Theodor Adorno and Christian Bale, together at last, and one hearing aid.

This is our first of hopefully many collections that explore the text between language and culture. We also took an interest for this issue in the body and the natural world. Hence ‘ear’ and ‘shrub.’

Grown in Wuhan and now available wherever poems go to be heard!

Contact us for more information and a copy.

Selected poetry from this issue:
Act like a Fish out of Water by J. Miller
Fifty-Seven Seconds by Euan Kidston
Chiaroscuro by G. Lepy
Morph by Sarah Webster

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