Roger Caldwell finds that Alice Major composes poetry with a brain as well as a heart
Thomas Ovans discovers that poetry and medicine can mix rather well in this handsome anthology from Hippocrates Press
Peter Daniels finds that Philip Fried’s new collection displays wit, inventiveness and erudition to a degree that becomes almost daunting.
A first collection by Barbara Cumbers confounds the old idea of “two cultures” and shows a happy blending of scientific and poetic observation. .