After reading his New & Selected Poems, David Cooke admires the way that David Scott avoids tricks and consistently plays to his strengths
Mysteries still abound about the death of Garcia Lorca, the Spanish playwright, theatre director and poet. Assassinated in 1936 at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War, speculation continues as to the why and whereabouts of his death.
This exhibition includes examples of David Harker’s project Species of Trees and drawings, paintings and prints from his portfolio of landscape imagery.
Paul McLoughlin reviews a collection set in the 1930s which recreates a lost age that was both golden and flawed.
Michael Bartholomew-Biggs welcomes the reappearance of some half-hidden R.S. Thomas poems
Chris Beckett follows the twists and turns of a collection that is both playful and serious…
Michael Bartholomew-Biggs does his best to give an adequate appreciation of a dense, complex and rewarding collection.
Michael Bartholomew-Biggs reviews… From the Dark Room by Sue Rose and The Very End of Air by Robert Stein
Michael Bartholomew-Biggs reviews At the Races by Michael McCarthy and The Road to Murreigh by Paul McLoughlin. Work & Food by Peter Daniels and Mr Luczinski Makes a Move by Peter Daniels. Wounded Angels by Murray Bodo, Things to Say by John Lucas and Whistle by Martin Figura. Emergency Verse edited by Alan Morrison.