Carla Scarano visits two exhibitions in Florence: The return to Italy of Salvatore Ferragamo in 1927 and the Dawn of a Nation after WW II
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Carla Scarano wonders how Christine McNeill’s poetry manages to combine tactile sensations and transcendence
Carla Scarano finds Caroline Price’s poetry to be flowing and enigmatic
Carla Scarano D’Antonio reviews Michael Bartholomew-Biggs’s poetic sketch of a family history which is based as much on imagination as on evidence.
* This issue of London Grip features new poems by: *Bethany W Pope *Maggie Butt *Ruth Bidgood *Helen Kay *Keith Nunes *Robert Ford *Deborah Tyler-Bennett *Stuart Pickford *Sue Burge *Kerrin P Sharpe *Pam Thompson *Jean Atkin *Bruce Christianson *Jan Hutchison *Phil Kirby *Stuart Henson *Ben Banyard *Gareth Culshaw *Barry Smith *Mary Franklin *Laura McKee *Carla […]
Carla Scarano D’Antonio considers Jean Harrison’s reflective poetic reminiscences about her life and work in Ghana