Obsessed With Pipework number 90 has its amazing Graham Higgins cover art, and we are in the process of arranging its contents in the “best” order – so it should be on its way to the printers in the next day or two.

We are keeping the cover art under wraps, but here’s a list of the contributors & their poems:-

Julian Aiken: Orchard;

Roger Allen: Ghost morning, July;

Liz Birchall: My thumb;

Cindy Botha: Hearth;



Melanie Branton: Passages;

Long elastic;


Genevieve Carver: Snowball;


Philip Dunkerley: Stress test;

Jackie Fellague: The Voice of Purgatory;

Fish Out of Water;

Annie Fisher: Missing the man next door;

Ceinwen Haydon: Lopsided;

Autumn’s advent;

Margaret Livingston: Milk float;

The sea spider’s journey on land;

Moon hunt;

A small darkness;

Pat Marum: First-footing;

Pauline May: Log Boat;

Diana Sanders: Pilgrimage;

Llyn Brenig;


Fae Sapsford: On the behaviour of schooling fishes;

Mark Sorrell: In response to Harold Gilman;


The journey;

The field;

Sue Spiers: How to truly listen;


Nola Turner: Patience;

Children can be still at times;

Iain Twiddy: Tattoo;


Mark Valentine: White hound;

Phil Vernon: Getting out;

Not walking under ladders;

Watching the moon landing;

Sarah Walsh: Crocodile;

Maria in the sea;

Journey to;

Roddy Williams: Goodbye.

Any other poems recently accepted will be carried forward to the August issue.