Category Archive: poetry

NEW POETRY BY DAVINA ALLISON AND ALEX WYLIE

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DAVINA ALLISON has recently completed a PhD in Text Linguistics. Her poems have been published in numerous literary and online journals in Australia, America, and the UK, including The Australian Poetry Journal, Poetry… Continue reading

SLATE, METAPHOR AND TRANSLATION: Alistair Noon translates Osip Mandelstam from Russian

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by Alistair Noon Osip Mandelstam’s “The Ode on Slate” is a poem where the vacuum cleaner of Russian literary criticism, with its statistical analyses of recurrent collocations and hundred-page treatments of individual poems,… Continue reading

“THIS IS THE NEW LANGUAGE”: MARIANNE MORRIS’ THE ON ALL SAID THINGS MORATORIUM

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Marianne Morris The On All Said Things Moratorium (Enitharmon Press 2013) by A C Clarke “This is the / new language.  This method is / not personal it’s just different to yours, ok”… Continue reading

NEW POETRY BY KHALOUD AL-MUTTALIBI

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KHALOUD AL-MUTTALIBI is a poet and translator. She resides in the United Kingdom. Much of her work has been translated into various languages. Her poetry has been published in a vast array of… Continue reading

SNOWLIGHT AND SUNLIGHT: PAULINE STAINER’S TIGER FACING THE MIST

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Pauline Stainer, Tiger Facing the Mist (Bloodaxe, 2013). by Stephanie Green. Pauline Stainer is noted for her minimalist, acutely precise poetry, working through an accretion of images, a balance of the concrete with the subliminal… Continue reading

“NO MORE WORDS”: Pat Barker’s “Regeneration” on stage in Edinburgh

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Regeneration by Pat Barker, adapted for the stage by Nicholas Wright, a Touring Consortium Theatre Company and Royal & Derngate, Northampton Co-Production. Voices of War, poetry reading in association with the Scottish Poetry… Continue reading

NEW POETRY BY GARY ALLEN

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GARY ALLEN was born in Ballymena, Co. Antrim. He has published thirteen collections, most recently, Mexico, Agenda Editions, 2013. Widely published in international magazines, including Ambit, Australian Book Review, Chapman, Dark Horse, Edinburgh Review,… Continue reading

FOUR SWIM POEMS AND A PICTURE

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ECOCRITICISM NOW: The essays, reviews, and poetry collected in this thread trace responses to the interlinked terms nature, ecology, and ecocriticism, all of which have come to occupy increasingly important roles in a… Continue reading

WE WERE PUNKS ONCE: GRAHAM FULTON’S ONE DAY IN THE LIFE OF JIMMY DENISOVICH

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Graham Fulton, One Day in the Life of Jimmy Denisovich (Middlesbrough, Smokestack, 2014) by Calum Rodger Half-way through Glasgow poet Graham Fulton’s latest collection, One Day in the Life of Jimmy Denisovich, there’s a… Continue reading

NEW POETRY BY JIM CARRUTH

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JIM CARRUTH was born in 1963 in Johnstone, Renfrewshire, and grew up on his family’s farm near Kilbarchan. He has had six well-received pamphlet collections of poetry since his first, Bovine Pastoral in… Continue reading

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