Peter Ulric Kennedy finds Kate Noakes’ new collection to be an invigorating compilation of open verse with Parisian overtones.
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Ruth Valentine considers the balance between politics and poetics in Alan Morrison’s new collection
London Grip reviews four recent poetry pamphlets from Rack Press
D A Prince explores the latest collection by Millicent Borges Accardi and finds the poet an intriguingly elusive presence
Jeremy Wikeley gives his reactions to the exhibition Larkinworld which is currently at the Poetry Library, Southbank Centre
Caroline Maldonado welcomes Cristina Viti’s recent translation of a 1968 poem-cycle by Elsa Morante
It was the Kingdom of Naples that gave Emma the chance to transform herself into an artist, society lady and skilled operator at the court of Queen Maria Carolina, wife of King Ferdinand IV, its reigning monarch.
Jenny Vuglar visits the Winifred Nicholson exhibition Liberation of Colour currently at the Djanogly Art Gallery, Lakeside Arts, Nottingham (4 March – 4 June 2017)
The Colour of Experience: Brian Docherty’s review of the new collection by Wendy Klein
Emma Lee reviews a new six-author anthology of poems
Sarah Leavesley’s imaginary Claire is advised to write by a psychiatrist, as doctor and patient try to piece together a life as shattered as the glass in a kaleidoscope.
The triple bill is a triumph for the English National Ballet, for Tamara Rojo, and of course for Sadler’s Wells. It is for evenings such as this that one sits through all the others.