Peter Ulric Kennedy finds Kate Noakes’ new collection to be an invigorating compilation of open verse with Parisian overtones.
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
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.
James Roderick Burns finds Geraldine Paine’s new narrative collection to be a timely reminder of traditional poetic virtues
Nick Cooke finds that Angela Readman’s new collection lives up to the description given on the book jacket
Wendy Klein finds Ruth Sharman’s poetry collection hard to put down
Roger Caldwell reviews Ian Gordon‘s recent biography of the poet Anne Stevenson