Category Archives: Whistleblower Lit

Romance at the Demo

It’s warm but not quite hot. Under the blue, in our anoraks We are lining up to surround Westminster Bringing with us our hands. Yai, my friend from Thailand, Only a year or two younger than I am, takes a … Continue reading

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‘Envelopes’ – published by The High Window

I am very pleased indeed that this poem has been published in The High Window. Thanks to the editor David Cooke for all the final sleuthing that it needed. https://thehighwindowpress.com/2022/08/15/anthony-howell-envelopes/ Here is a video of Lombardi at work and discussing … Continue reading

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Operation Violet Oak

Here is my review of Operation Violet Oak in the Fortnightly Review.

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Shireen

x You journos, you’re poets on active duty, For you can get disappeared, positively aimed at, Even with PRESS writ all over you. Maybe even because…. Today you’re Al-Jazeera, tomorrow Some scruffy independent. x And then you have your caricatures … Continue reading

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Birthday Poem

We are gathered outside the magistrates’ court To witness justice wither away. Barristers with black sling-bags and grey Drainpipe suits slink inside past officials today As we listen to the Grim Reaper Analyse the truth’s ignominious departure. Big lorries blare … Continue reading

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A Staged Ukraine?

I found this perception @Robert-Self I thought it made two stunning points to consider. Also this was what Kim Iverson found.

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