This rip-roaring poem by Rodney Wood with its lacerating commentary feels apt this week with COP 26 taking place. International contributor, Rodney Wood, lives in Farnborough, England. He has been published in many magazines, including Magma (the Deaf Issue) and is currently co-host of a monthly open mic. He says: “After a month long bout of COVID I started reading “SOVIET TEXTS” by Dmitri Prigov (translated by Simon Schat with Ainsley Morse). His world was unsettling but also familiar and it started me thinking about the various details, events, which took place ‘in my reign, under me’.”
Also please see this accessible MS Word doc: Rodney Wood.