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
D A Prince reviews a narrative collection by Carole Coates and admires both the story and the way it is told
Thomas Ovans samples the varied themes in a new collection by Malcolm Carson
Pam Thompson considers Maura Dooley‘s slim but substantial chapbook inspired by a residency at Jane Austen’s house.
Paul McLoughlin takes a thoughtful look at Sarah Howe’s Eliot prizewinning collection – and some issues arising from its success.
Caroline Maldonado follows an exile’s search for the past as described in first pamphlet collection from Isabel Bermudez
Paul McLoughlin finds that the poems of Allan E Baker, although carefully crafted, can still sound as though they came naturally
Nick Cooke explores Vanessa Gebbie’s poetic tribute to battle victims of World War One
John Forth identifies with much that appears in a poetic memoir by Alexis Lykiard