HIDDEN SUN: James McGonigal explores James Fountain’s perceptive study of the poet Joseph Macleod
* The Spring 2022 issue of London Grip New Poetry features: *Tim Suermondt *Mark J. Mitchell *Rustin Larson *Stuart Pickford *Emma Lee *Alan Cohen *John Grey *Charlotte Gann *Hannah Linden *Richard Manly Heiman * Janet Hatherley *Teoti Jardine *Julia Duke *Jim C Wilson *Robin Houghton *Ken Anderson *Gale Acuff *Kerrin P Sharpe *Alicia Stubbersfield *John […]
* The Winter 2021 issue of London Grip New Poetry features: *Robert Cole *Ceinwen Haydon * Myra Schneider *Steve Komarnyckyj *Chrissy Banks *Merryn Williams *Norton Hodges *Martin Bennett *Julia Stothard *Rodney Wood * Tony Dawson *Tristan Moss *Rachel Carney *Ramona Herdman *J R Solonche *Teoti Jardine *David Flynn *Briege Duffaud *John Grey *Zack Rogow *David […]
* The Autumn 2021 issue of London Grip New Poetry features: *Jim C Wilson *P W Bridgman * Sue Wallace-Shaddad *Kurt Luchs *Phil Dunkerley *Kevin Cahill *Mark Mansfield *Martin Bennett *Tim Kiely * Owen Gallagher * Sally Michaelson *Kathy Pimlott *Barry Smith *Gillie Robic * Jackson *Flourish Joshua *Robert Beveridge *Loukia Borrell *Robert Etty * […]
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A Fine Day for Seeing: ten artists/ten poets. In the wide art world, artists are often inspired by literature and writers write about artworks. This exhibition focuses on the collaboration between ten internationally known artists and ten renowned poets.
* The Summer 2021 issue of London Grip New Poetry features *Angela Kirby *Ian C Smith *Alexandra Corrin-Tachibana * Denise Bundred *Deborah Tyler-Bennett *Pam Job *Tess Jolly *Ilse Pedler *Joan Michelson * Jacqueline Schaalje * Lisa Reily *Gordon Wood *Jennifer Rogers *Dino Mahoney *Kerrin P Sharpe *Judith Wozniak *Anne Ballard *Melanie Branton *Paul Stephenson *Mark […]
HARTLEY COLERIDGE – GENIUS DISREGARDED. Jacob John Shale considers Andrew Keanie’s short study of the life and poetry of the eldest son of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Paul McLoughlin was a frequent contributor to London Grip both as a poet and as a perceptive reviewer and his recent death is a sad loss to his family and his many friends. Here John Lucas recalls Paul’s rather unorthodox route into poetry .