Category Archive: poetry

NEW POETRY BY ROBIN FULTON MACPHERSON

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ROBIN FULTON MACPHERSON‘s A Northern Habitat: Collected Poems 1960-2010 was published in 2014 by Marick Press (Michigan), who are bringing out his new collection shortly. Poets he has translated include (from Norwegian) Olav… Continue reading

SAILING WITHOUT AHAB: AN ECO-POETIC VOYAGE – PART ONE

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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

“IT’S MORE DANGEROUS THAN IT LOOKS IN HERE”: POEMS FROM MARK RUSSELL’S NEW COLLECTION ‘SPEARMINT & RESCUE’

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MARK RUSSELL‘s first full collection is Spearmint & Rescue (Pindrop Press). He has also published Shopping for Punks (Hesterglock), a full collection of experimental work. His chapbooks are ℵ (the book of moose)… Continue reading

NEW POETRY BY ALEX HOUEN AND GEOFF GILBERT

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GEOFF GILBERT teaches comparative literature in the American University of Paris. He co-authored the chapbook Hold! West (Eyewear, 2016) with Alex Houen, and has published poems in various journals. He is also the… Continue reading

STEPHANIE GREEN’S ‘FLOUT’ AND THE PROCESS OF PRESENCE

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Stephanie Green, Flout (HappenStance, 2015) By Helen Murray The further north I go, the more I must face myself. In Flout, Stephanie Green creates poems that celebrate and challenge forces of nature and the… Continue reading

NEW POETRY BY RICO CRAIG AND LARRY D. THACKER

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RICO CRAIG’s first poetry collection Bone Ink will be published in 2017 by Guillotine Press. Recent writing can be found in London Magazine, Cordite and Tincture. He has been shortlisted for the University of… Continue reading

NEW POETRY BY SEAN WAI KEUNG

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SEAN WAI KEUNG is a poet and performer. He studied at the Universities of Roehampton and East Anglia and now resides near Queen’s Park, Glasgow. His work has been published in Lunar Poetry and Suburban Review amongst… Continue reading

QUEEN OF HER OWN UNIVERSE: TRACEY HERD’S ‘NOT IN THIS WORLD’

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Tracey Herd Not in This World (Bloodaxe, 2015) By Jacqueline Thompson On the 10th of June 1987, American actress Elizabeth Hartman threw herself from the window of her fifth floor Pittsburgh apartment. Haunted by… Continue reading

NEW POETRY BY JONATHAN COWARD AND ALEX MCMILLAN

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JONATHAN COWARD lives in Glasgow, having moved to Scotland for postgraduate study at the University of Edinburgh. He is editor of the pamphlet micropublishing project, Thing Power, which mediates environmental theory through word and… Continue reading

NEW POETRY BY STEPHEN KEELER

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STEPHEN KEELER won the first Highland Literary Salon Poetry Competition (judged by John Glenday) and received a Scottish Book Trust New Writing Award in 2014/15. His poems have been published in Northwords Now and… Continue reading

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