Fiona Sinclair enjoys the many flavours in a meditation on food by Lynne Rees
Thomas Ovans explores the range of Angela Kirby’s poetry on show in her recent ‘New & Selected’
William Marshall reports on his visits to the M C Escher exhibition in Dulwich
Martin Noutch observes that geology and poetry work well together in a recent anthology edited by Michael McKimm
Caroline Maldonado explains why she was attracted to the debut collection by Jemma Borg
Wendy Klein is intrigued by layers of possibility within the poetry of Martin Malone
Philip Pullman CBE, author of His Dark Materials, will launch a new anthology with poems by over 50 contemporary and award-winning poets, in aid of the charity Freedom from Torture.
Emma Lee considers the wry observational skills displayed in Emma Neale’s new collection
Paul Henry’s latest collection shows him still to be a master of the distinctively vivid descriptive line.
Richie McCaffery marvels at how well the poems match their subject in Elizabeth Burns’ last collection
Jennifer Wallace has used some scraps of historical fact and a good deal of lively imagination to build her new novel set in 18th century London
D A Prince welcomes David Cooke’s recent return to poetry