Our latest issue including the winners and runners up of the Prole Laureate Competition. This issue can be bought as a bundle with Still Lives With Apocalypse, our pamphlet winner, by Jennifer A McGowan. Look at the bundles at the bottom of the selections.
Winner of the Prole Pamphlet Competition, 2020.
Still Lives With Apocalypse is one of those rare, wry, clever collections that strolls confidently into the reader's mind and settles down like it belongs there. There is humour here, and a neon light illuminated bareness of the soul that tricks you into thinking you are somewhere else: the States, perhaps; or drowning in river or walking on water with bloody palms. These coherent poems that have you bedding down for the long haul, leaving you wishing there was more.
Prole is a literary print journal that publishes high quality, accessible poetry and prose. We aim to entertain, challenge, but never excude. At Prole, the reader comes first but we work actively with our contributors and pay a small royalty for anything we publish. Prole is published twice a year in June and December.
Prole is edited by Brett Evans and Phil Robertson from North Wales and the North West of England.
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The Prole Pamphlet competition for 2021 is now open for entries. For full details see our competitions page.