Jo Langdon

Jo Langdon lives and writes on unceded Wadawurrung land. Her first full-length poetry collection, Glass Life, was published by Five Islands Press in 2018. In 2018 she was also an Elizabeth Kostova Foundation Sozopol Fiction Seminars fellow. Her recent writing appears in journals including Cordite, Island, Meanjin, Overland and Rabbit.

Grande Plage (Big Beach)

By Jo Langdon — 30 November, 2022

you say nothing about yourself, but you expose yourself —Jean-Marie Drot to Alina Szapocznikow   Lippy bivalves, these creases encrust in clusters some surface upon which things might surface—I know their kind, happily calling up midriffs into which I might plant a new consonant—teeth meeting where they’re not meant to—& in this construe matters amiss,…