“Enjoyment” is a word that well describes Thomas Ovans’ reaction to Alan Brownjohn’s dystopian comedy set in the near future.
Thomas Ovans enthuses over a new (and overdue) collection from Donald Atkinson
Thomas Ovans investigates a Shoestring anthology edited by Merryn Williams which has received an unusual amount of attention for a poetry book.
Thomas Ovans recognizes the sweep and complexity of a first novel from Jane Kirwan
Thomas Ovans gets to grips with an intriguing novel by John Lucas which deals with a small-town jazz musician’s rather complicated love life.
Thomas Ovans congratulates Ver Poets on their 50th birthday and on the anthology they have produced to celebrate it.
Thomas Ovans samples the varied themes in a new collection by Malcolm Carson
Thomas Ovans reviews two recent collections by Maggie Butt and Emma Lee
Thomas Ovans glances back at the ITV series of Poirot adventures which recently came to an end