Getting in ‘Under the Radar’

I’m not fantastic at the humblebrag tightrope. I either come across as bragging or too self-deferential. But damning the torpedoes… I have a poem in the latest Under the Radar magazine. It has an inviting and mysterious design for the cover and a library book label inside, stamped ‘withdrawn’. I guess like everyone I look for names of people I know or have met first, and found excellent work by Charlotte Gann, Rishi Dastidar, Martin Malone and Marion Tracy – I’m now looking forward to consuming everyone else’s stuff.

Also a considered review of fellow Telltale poet Siegfried Baber’s pamphlet When Love Came To The Cartoon Kid by Charles Whalley. Under the Radar is an impressive publication – and having bought individual copies before, one I will subscribe to so I can continue to read with pleasure.

Here’s my poem, as a humble-bragging proof for posterity 🙂

About Peter Kenny

I lead a double life. Identity #1. A writer of poems, plays, libretti, prose, journalism and so on. Identity #2: A marketing outlier, working with London creative agencies and my own clients as a copywriter and creative consultant.
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6 Responses to Getting in ‘Under the Radar’

  1. E.E. Nobbs says:

    Ah! Excellent poem 🙂

  2. Peter Kenny says:

    Thank you Ellie, as ever! 🙂

  3. Hilaire says:

    Congrats! Great magazine to be published in. I’ve got my subscriber’s copy but haven’t yet sampled the contents. It’s next in the pile…

  4. Ah! Well done Peter, I like it… brag away for goodness’ sake, I’d rather hear about your successes than, well. The usual suspects 🙂

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