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Neil Leadbeater

Neil Leadbeater

Neil Leadbeater is an international author, editor, essayist, poet  and critic living in Edinburgh, Scotland. His short stories, articles and poems have been published widely in anthologies and journals both at home and abroad. His most recent books are Librettos for the Black Madonna (White Adder Press, Scotland, 2011); The Worcester Fragments (Original Plus Press, England, 2013); The Loveliest Vein of Our Lives (Poetry Space, England, 2014), The Fragility of Moths (Bibliotheca Universalis, Romania, 2014) and Sleeve Notes (Bibliohteca Universalis, Romania, 2016). A selection of his poems in Spanish, La Transmissión de la Noche is due to be published in Buenos Aires, Argentina, later this year. He is a regular reviewer for the on-line journal Galatea Resurrects (A Poetry Engagement) (USA) and his work has been translated into Romanian, Spanish and Swedish.

 
 
 Waking With A Poem Already In My HeadWaking With A Poem Already In My Head by Neil Leadbeater
Waking With A Poem Already In My HeadWednesday morning, waking with a poemalready in my head, I sawthe pond-skaterpirouetting on thin iceand knew, as I began to writ
 This Poem Contains Flash PhotographyThis Poem Contains Flash Photography by Neil Leadbeater
This Poem Contains Flash Photography The paparazzi freeze you.A girl’s pendant catches the sun.For a second it nearly blinds you.You loo
 SunflowersSunflowers by Neil Leadbeater
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 Moving A PeonyMoving A Peony by Neil Leadbeater
Moving A Peony I moved one oncewith all the subtlety of a ham-fisted amateurblundering into the props; shifted itfrom the Grand Circle to the quiet reach of the Back Stalls.
 
 
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