Tag Archive: A C Clarke

NEW POETRY BY RUTH VALENTINE, OWEN GALLAGHER, AND A. C. CLARKE

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RUTH VALENTINE has published three full-length collections and six shorter; the latest are Downpour (Smokestack 2015), Rubaiyat for the Martyrs of Two Wars (Hercules 2017) and A Grenfell Alphabet (self-published in aid of… Continue reading

“THE HASH SMOKERS ARE GOING OUT TO SHOPLIFT SCOTCH EGGS”: CHERYL FOLLON’S ‘SANTIAGO’

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Cheryl Follon, Santiago (Bloodaxe Books, 2017) Review by A. C. Clarke. ‘I took my insomnia down the white-hot heat of a two-mile strip’: from the first sentence of the first poem in this beguiling… Continue reading

“THIS PIECE OF EARTH”: SCOTIA NOVA: POEMS FOR THE EARLY DAYS OF A BETTER NATION

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Alastair Findlay and Tessa Ransford, eds. Scotia Nova: Poems for the Early Days of a Better Nation (Luath Press 2014) by A C Clarke I had better declare my hand at the start.… 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 A C CLARKE

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A C CLARKE is a poet living in Glasgow and a member of Scottish PEN. Her latest collections are A Natural Curiosity, (New Voices Press), shortlisted for the 2012 Callum Macdonald Award, and Fr… Continue reading

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