Jane Yeh has published two collections of poetry, The Ninjas and Marabou. She is a lecturer in creative writing at the Open University in England. (November 2017)


A Short History of Style

Joey Arias at Jackie 60, 1997 The disposition of her arms Is a case of Nothing ventured, nothing Gained. Her violet ear Makes sense if Something wicked is Being said. The angle Of her nose is …

The Rhinos

‘Clara the Rhinoceros’; painting by Jean-Baptiste Oudry, 1749
We meet under the stars, touch noses
In the dark. Our secret greeting. Our nocturnal meetings are brief, but friendly.
Sometimes I pretend to be asleep.