Roger Caldwell is intrigued – but sometimes perplexed – by the work of three Finnish poets writing in English
Roger Caldwell finds that Alice Major composes poetry with a brain as well as a heart
Kerrin P Sharpe’s poems consistently offers a new take on the world, observes Roger Caldwell; but at times they can also be agreeably baffling.
Roger Caldwell gives a thoughtful appraisal of a carefully chosen selection of Michael Schmidt’s poetry
Roger Caldwell considers an impressively substantial volume of poems by Robert Desnos with translations by Timothy Adès
Roger Caldwell is enthusiastic about the richness and variety of new collection by Penelope Shuttle
Roger Caldwell reviews Ian Gordon‘s recent biography of the poet Anne Stevenson
Roger Caldwell observes that James Norcliffe makes poetry look deceptively easy
Roger Caldwell discerns a remarkable felicity of phrasing in Matthew Barton’s third collection.