Jeremy Wikeley is impressed by a competition-winning first collection from Sean Wai Keung
Wendy Klein commends Martin Malone’s new chapbook which revisits the first World War in the centenary year of its ending
Wendy French admires an anthology of work by deaf and disabled poets
Shanta Acharya takes an in-depth look at a new collection by R V Bailey
On Thursday 16th November a group of local government dignitaries, representatives of the Canary Wharf Group PLC and arts professionals from the Henry Moore Foundation assembled in in a well-known cigar and jazz venue in Canary Wharf to celebrate the return of Old Flo.
Concluding the London Grip serial story for Christmas
Continuing the London Grip serial story for Christmas
A London Grip serial story for Christmas
John Forth welcomes Robert Walton’s second collection – even if it comes a long time after the first
Graham Hardie is enthusiastic about the new collection from S J Litherland
Rosie Johnston is captivated by an engaging and original collection from Inua Ellams
A deft revival in the play’s centenary year is a welcome chance to shed fresh light on Barrie’s fixation with the mismatch between the human potential and idealism represented by a child and the failed adult mess all around us.