To howl

John Morgan


Inspired by and sourced from ‘Ash’ by Autumn Richardson and Richard Skelton, in Relics (Broughton Mills: Corbel Stone Press, 2013).

Image credit: John Morgan, Ruins of Drosgol Farmstead, at the foot of Pumlumon (Plynlimon) on the banks of Nant-y-moch Reservoir, near Aberystwyth

Part of The Learned Pig’s Wolf Crossing editorial season, spring/summer 2017.


The Learned Pig

John Morgan

John Morgan’s poetry visualises a sensory engagement with landscape and environment. It is a poetry of made forms, where ideas, images, colours and themes are sampled from the places and events the poems explore. They often include folklore, mythologies and spiritual elements and ways in which the land might speak for itself, or write the person moving through it. Most of his poems are online at visual [writ]/read/[/ing/]. Others have been published in Reliquiae Vol.4 and digital supplement, by Corbel Stone Press, and bilingually in Greek and English, by a glimpse of (paper Vol. 2, online Vols. 7 & 17, Athens).