Tag Archive: Poetry Showcase

“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

“MOUTH MUSIC IN SIGN LANGUAGE”: POETRY FROM JAMES MCGONIGAL’S NEW COLLECTION, ‘THE CAMPHILL WREN’

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JAMES MCGONIGAL is a poet, editor and translator, formerly a school teacher and educationalist. His co-edited volume The Midnight Letterbox: Selected Correspondence of Edwin Morgan 1950–2010 is published by Carcanet Press. His collection Cloud Pibroch… Continue reading

“DOWN THE JETWAY”: POETRY FROM THERESA MUÑOZ’S NEW COLLECTION ‘SETTLE’

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THERESA MUÑOZ was born in Vancouver and lives in Edinburgh. She holds a BFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia and a PhD in Scottish Literature from the University of… Continue reading

“This hurts and it’s meant to”: POETRY FROM CATHERINE GRAHAM’S FORTHCOMING COLLECTION ‘CANCER IN THE CELERY FOREST’

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CATHERINE GRAHAM‘s most recent collection Her Red Hair Rises with the Wings of Insects (Wolsak & Wynn, 2013, now in its second printing), was a finalist for the Raymond Souster Poetry Award and… Continue reading