Norbert Hirschhorn finds mythic significance behind a word & image collaboration between an artist and a poet
Muscular rhyming, syntactical gymnastics and remarkable clarity – John Forth finds all these in John Levett’s poetry.
Bad Jews is hardly the best advertisement for members of the faith but my goodness it lays out arguments for and against Judaism and its religious rituals, non belief and marrying out with extraordinary even-handedness.
Jane Kirwan welcomes the latest collection from Caroline Natzler – not least for its intriguing ambiguities
Revenge tragedy it ain’t. But The Changeling bears all the hallmarks of the genre: blood, gore, lust, a ghost or two, sexual blackmail with morality finally emerging in an act of reconciliation.
D A Prince finds the new Martha Kapos collection to be completely absorbing
Jill Harris enthuses about a remarkable tapestry on show at London’s Fleming Collection
There’s no disguising the imminence of the next General Election. In the theatre, no less than in tv and radio, we’re going to be awash in it.
To mark the 100th anniversary of the first world war Tracy Coleman will present a sung narration of the war with original material by Paul Sand and iconic songs of the time.
John Forth reviews a recent collection by Judi Benson and a new chapbook from Peter Kenny
Stephen Bone’s first collection offers deft and diverting insights into some everyday objects and events.
Jacqueline Saphra’s new pamphlet collection may not take long to read – but it leaves a lasting impression on Rosie Johnston