• London Grip Poetry Review – Chris Armstrong

    Wendy French considers a sizeable collection by Chris Armstrong and finds it honest about love, loss and the joy of being alive

  • London Grip Poetry Review – Joe Carrick-Varty

    D A Prince reviews an excellent debut pamphlet by Joe Carrick-Varty

  • London Grip Poetry Review – Julie Hogg

    Julie Hogg engages with a deeply thought-provoking collection by Dorothy Lehane

  • L’Aventure Michelin, Clemont-Ferrand, France. Review by Barbara Lewis.

    In 1894, Edouard Michelin, the fine artist of a gifted family, looked at a pile of tyres and said to his engineer brother André: “With arms and legs, that would look like a man.”

  • London Grip Poetry Review – Warda Yassin

    Alex Josephy judges Warda Yassin’s chapbook to be the work of a promising and confident new poet