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PUBLICATIONS

PUBLISHED POETRY

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'COLONY', 'A STUBBORNLY PERSISTANT ILLUSION',' SPIRITUALIST NIGHT AT THE OLD BULL INN', 'IN JUNE'

- PUNK NOIR MAGAZINE.

 

'SCARECROW', 'TRUCE', 'THE AGE OF EQUALITY', 'PROPER GANGSTA'

- OUTLAW POETRY

 

'AT LOW TIDE', 'SURVIVAL', 'WHY THE SOUND OF YOUR HEART HURTS MY HEAD', 'THE FLOOD'

- NEON MAGAZINE

 

'HOT ROCKS'

- PEARL MAGAZINE.

 

'HAIKU FOR WAR'

- THE DELINQUENT MAGAZINE

 

'BLOODAXE BOOKS'

- REMARK MAGAZINE

 

'ANTI-SOCIAL'

- CAT SCAN PRESS

 

'MOVING TO THE COUNTRY'

- POETRY MONTHLY MAGAZINE

 

'3'

- REMARK MAGAZINE issuE 53 - Brian McGettrick & featuring - Gene Mahoney, Stephen J Golds, Routh Sundararaman, Karl Koweski, Mark Vanner, Kaveh Akbar, Justin Hyde, Sheila Knowles,  Christopher Cunningham, Luis C Berriozabal, Nathan Graziano, Justin Barrett, Tony O'Neill, Dan Fante, Hosho McCreesh, Tommy Trantino, Ben Myers.

 

'A POEM'

- ZYGOTE IN MY COFFEE

 

45. CALIBER

- STRAIGHT FROM THE FRIDGE

 

'GOODNIGHT MODERN LIFE', 'FOR MY SWEETHEART', 'VALENTINE', 'ABSENCE', 'TIME & TIDE', 'TAKE WITH YOU NOTHING WHEN YOU GO.',

'SIMPERING INTO OBLIVION'

Laura Hirds Showcase - Mark Vanner Selected Poems - Online

 

'TEN BROKEN CIGARETTES'

Zygote in my coffee - issue #2 - Print

 

'SHAKESPEARE WAS A CUNT'

Thieves Jargon Press - Issue 97 - Online

 

'THE BUTTERFLY 'FLY' EXPERIMENT'

Zygote In My Coffee - Issue 68 - Online

 

 

'THE MOST BEAUTIFUL...'

Poetry Monthly - Issue 125 - Print

 

ANTHOLOGIES (Poetry)

 

Expressions From The Heart Of England - Published By Anchor Books 2005 - 'THE BUTCHER' By Mark Vanner.

 

Forward Top 100 Poets Of The Year 2004 - 'IT ONLY HURTS WHEN YOU WALK AWAY'. By Mark Vanner.

 

Tapestry Of Thoughts - Published by Poetry Now (2005) - 'Street Lament' By Mark Vanner.

 

Reality Bites - Published By Poetry Now (2003) - 'It Only Hurts When You Walk Away.' By Mark Vanner.

 

Pushing The Boundaries - Published by Strong

Words Press (2003) - 'The Great Estate' By Mark Vanner.