* 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.
* This issue of London Grip New Poetry features new poems by: *Eve Pearce *Phil Kirby *P A Levy *Gareth Culshaw *Grant Tarbard *Robert Nisbet *Katherine Gallagher *Shadwell Smith *John Harvey *David Flynn *Utsav Kaushik *Norbert Hirschhorn * Jared Carter *Caroline Natzler *Elizabeth Smither *Greg Freeman *Cal Freeman *Robert Etty *Mark Carson *Jack Houston *Clive […]
John Lucas is impressed by the depth and range of literary and musical knowledge displayed in a new collection of essays by Jim Burns
An introduction to poetry comics edited by Chrissy Williams & Tom Humberstone turns out to be something of a revelation for Richie McCaffery
Poems written in response to atmospheric paintings by the American artist Howard Fritz whose work is now on show at the Torriano Meeting House