John Forth examines a dark and often funny poetic exposure, by Martin Hayes, of the politics of a soul-less work place
Norbert Hirschhorn reflects on the place of form in contemporary poetry, with particular reference to a substantial new selection of work from Marilyn Hacker.
Emma Lee responds to the sensitivity and compassion in a new collection by Sue Rose
Thomas Ovans has mixed views about the Forward Prize winning collection by Kei Miller.
Norbert Hirschhorn takes a thoughtful look at Kerrin P Sharpe‘s second poetry collection
Two new poetry chapbooks from Wayleave Press by Carole Coates and Pauline Keith successfully tackle some very challenging material.
Josh Ekroy reflects on poetic risk-taking and difficulty in relation to Chris McCabe’s new collection.
Richie McCaffery admires both the wit and the poignancy in this generous selection from Remco Campert’s poetry
Wendy Klein finds Rosie Jackson’s new pamphlet carries all the weight of a full collection
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.
Jane Kirwan welcomes the latest collection from Caroline Natzler – not least for its intriguing ambiguities