A new collection by Tim Cunningham deals sensitively with loss and disappointment
Paul McLoughlin provides a thoughtful commentary on a sizeable and diverse collection by John Forth
A new stage show by poet Martin Figura turns out to be both entertaining and thought-provoking
John Lucas takes an in-depth look at books by Michael Cullup and Gary Allen who both make poetry out of tough experiences .
Rosie Johnston hears a range of voices in Roger Caldwell’s elegant and witty poems
Rosie Johnston is glad to report on the rediscovery of a ‘missing’ work by Stephen Watts
Richie McCaffery gives a largely enthusiastic welcome to collection of critical essays by Katy Evans-Bush
Nick Cooke is impressed by the authenticity of Stuart Laycock’s collection of poetry from the Bosnian War
Wendy Klein finds that Rosie Jackson’s first full collection fulfils all the promise of her first chapbook
Emma Lee enjoys the translated poems by Emilia Ivancu but regrets not having copies of the originals
Emma Lee explores a focussed and sensual collection by Kate Noakes
From stylised art nouveau temptresses to giant Tintin cartoons, Brussels has an established tradition of putting art on the outside of its buildings as well as inside. The capital’s newest gallery in a former brewery in Molenbeek – the neighbourhood notorious as a breeding ground of the Paris and Brussels terror attacks – captures that spirit.