Pam Thompson considers in depth a collection by Janet Sutherland which uses personal recollection as a starting point for dealing with wider issues.
Pam Thompson finds her attention consistently held by Robin Houghton’s poetry
Pam Thompson reviews a clutch of prize-winning pamphlets from Smith/Doorstop
Pam Thompson is intrigued by the dream-poems in a new collection by Charles Lauder
Pam Thompson finds that Charlotte Gann’s first full collection succeeds in its aim of unsettling the reader.
Pam Thompson finds something magical and unsettling in Peter Sansom’s shifting, complex poetry.
Pam Thompson considers Maura Dooley‘s slim but substantial chapbook inspired by a residency at Jane Austen’s house.