Poetry Review – How Death Came into the World: Isabelle Kenyon explores the mysterious world created in Nancy Charley’s latest collection
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While we are forced to spend almost all our time indoors in order to help us stay safe and healthy, many people are using the time to learn new skills. Now the trailblazing Oak Circus Centre along with internationally renowned Lost in Translation Circus are offering interactive online courses in circus skills that anyone can join in with.
Rachel Donohue’s ambitious young journalist protagonist, driven by a hunger to get to the bottom of a 25-year-old mystery, observes from the sidelines of a meeting of editorial egos: “The stories we told were ancient. But we acted like they were new.”
Poetry review – My Tin Watermelon: Brian Docherty takes a thoughtful stroll through a new collection by Peter Daniels – and in the process learns the meaning of “Touching Mr Williams”
Poetry review – Poems for the Planet: Maria McCarthy looks at a powerful multi-author pamphlet designed to raise awareness of ecological issues
Poetry Review – After Montale: in these translations from the Italian Caroline Maldonaldo finds that Roy Marshall has achieved a good balance between his own voice and that of Montale