Poetry review – TO DARN, TO MEND, TO INTERWEAVE: Chris Beckett reviews a very personal collection by Jo Roach in which the past is intermingled with the present
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Poetry review – STREET LIGHT AMBER: James Roderick Burns admires the way that Noel Duffy weaves atmospheric urban poetry around the story of a troubled relationship
A fellow pupil of Leipzig master Bernhard Heisig is the artist ANTOINETTE, who uses only her first name written in capitals. In common with Rauch and other Leipzig artists, she combines meticulous representation with the fantastic or surreal.
Poetry review – CALL AND RESPONSE : Alex Josephy reviews a sonnet sequence by Rachel Spence which deals sensitively with a mother-daughter relationship during illness
Poetry review – SMOKING OPIUM IN MOSCOW: James Roderick Burns admires Roger Caldwell’s use of poetry to delineate and then demolish a number of illusions cherished by western culture