Stuart Henson recommends a budgie’s-eye view of Brexit as set down by John Gohorry
Kevin Saving is pleased to observe Alison Brackenbury’s poetry continuing to reach new heights.
Rosie Johnston appreciates the enthusiasm and energy in Fiona Sinclair’s latest collection
Norbert Hirschhorn reflects on form and style in a major collection of Marilyn Hacker’s poetry
Compared to Kyoto, Tokyo is bigger, busier and cosmopolitan. My friend Ornella and I had plenty of time by ourselves as my daughter was busy with her course at the Bunka Gakuen University where she is attending a Master in Fashion and Design.
* The Summer 2019 issue of London Grip New Poetry features: * Ceinwen Haydon * Kathryn Southworth * Tom Sommerville * Joan Michelson * Stuart Gunter * Elizabeth Smither * Gillie Robic * Claudia Court * Mat Riches * Gareth Culshaw * Brian Docherty * Stuart Pickford * Jane Frank * Geraldine Gould * Michael […]
Charlie Hill considers Theresa Lola’s method of using poetry to deal with grief and loss
P W Bridgman finds the poems in a new future-focussed anthology to be both enjoyable and thought-provoking
Julie Hogg is impressed by a debut pamphlet collection from Alex Toms
Mat Riches pursues the intriguing elusiveness running through Graham Clifford’s poetry
Neil Curry indulges in a brief speculation on a recent parallel to a historical moment in the 17th century
Carla Scarano considers a collection of ekphrastic poetry by William Bedford