Jeremy Wikeley gives his reactions to the exhibition Larkinworld which is currently at the Poetry Library, Southbank Centre
Roger Caldwell reviews Ian Gordon‘s recent biography of the poet Anne Stevenson
John Lucas finds multiple reasons to recommend this memoir by Gail Holst-Warhaft which is studded through with her own accomplished poetry and also gives a shrewdly observant account of post-war Greek history
* This issue of London Grip features new poems by: *Phil Kirby *Tracey Peterson *Abegail Morley *Natalie Crick *Geoffrey Winch *S W James * Sue Rose *Tom Phillips *Mark Totterdell *Tristan Moss *Thomas Ovans * Gareth Culshaw *Patri Wright * Elizabeth Smither * Alice Major * Colin Crewdson *Mary Franklin * Jack Little * Stuart […]
* This issue of London Grip New Poetry features poems by: * J S Watts * Emer Lyons * Pam Job * Kerrin P Sharpe * Joan Michelson * Hugh McMillan * Barry Smith * Nick Cooke * Melanie Penycate * Rodney Wood * Ricky Garni * Neil Curry * Ruth Hanover * Donald Atkinson […]
* This issue of London Grip features new poems by: * Sonja Key * María Castro Domínguez * Fiona Sinclair * Sarah Lawson * Angela Kirby * Phil Wood * Jeni Curtis * J D DeHart * Marc Carver * Hugh McMillan * Linda Rose Parkes * Kate Noakes * Norbert Hirschhorn * Peter Ulric […]
Thomas Ovans congratulates Ver Poets on their 50th birthday and on the anthology they have produced to celebrate it.
* This issue of London Grip features new poems by: *Brian Docherty *Tracey Peterson *Bruce Christianson *Caroline Am Bergris *Jonathan Taylor *Caroline Natzler *Mary Franklin *Gareth Culshaw * Abdulrahman M Abu-yaman *Brian Johnstone *Jane Henderson *Maggie Freeman * Rosa Walling-Wefelmeyer *Oliver Comins *Teoti Jardine *Mary Michaels *Gary Beck *Racker Donnelly *Anthony Wilson *John Freeman *Bethany […]
A new stage show by poet Martin Figura turns out to be both entertaining and thought-provoking
Richie McCaffery gives a largely enthusiastic welcome to collection of critical essays by Katy Evans-Bush
Michael Bartholomew-Biggs draws together his impressions of a novel multi-media show that combines poetry music and film.
Paul McLoughlin takes a thoughtful look at Sarah Howe’s Eliot prizewinning collection – and some issues arising from its success.