Graham Hardie is won over by a freshness and simplicity he finds in Hamish Whyte’s poetry
For Graham Hardie, the poems of June Hall engage authentically with human experience
Graham Hardie finds that the poems of Robert Wells offer some pleasing insights.
Graham Hardie responds positively to the reflective and nostalgic poetry of Lynda Plater
Graham Hardie finds that Oliver Comins’ poems about golf also have an appeal to the non-enthusiast.
Graham Hardie admires the poetic agility with which Ruth Valentine explores some dark themes.
Graham Hardie considers Alan Price’s chapbook of prose poems inspired by the work of Walter Benjamin
Graham Hardie takes a close look at the elements making up a new collection by Christopher Southgate
Graham Hardie finds David Attwooll’s landscape poems pleasingly evocative
Graham Hardie considers a collection by Graham Buchan in which some rather sombre themes are balanced by welcome lighter touches.