Published in The Belleville Park Pages vol. 5

Photo lifted from the Belleville Park Pages website: http://www.bellevilleparkpages.com/
Photo lifted from the Belleville Park Pages website: http://www.bellevilleparkpages.com/

Smiling Like Snakeskin, a weird little poem about holidays at the beach, rebirth, and dead skin, is featured in volume five of the Belleville Park Pages. The copies are 2€ or 2£, or you can subscribe and have them delivered to your doorstep by editors Will Cox and James Bird, both wearing bunny costumes. They will also do a little dance for you, according to an unconfirmed source.

The magazine features writings by comic genius Bibi Jacob, the exhibitionist performer known as Xanadu, cat-lover and milkless tea drinker Rebecca Larkin, community managing literary editor Alex Manthai, and loads of other poets and prose-artists.

If you have any humanity at all and care, even a little, about the welfare of the Anglo-Parisian underground literary  establishment, buy a copy.

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