Poetry Review vol. 101:4 (Winter 2011)
128 | 978-1-900771-71-9Price: £7.95
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"C.K. Williams’s richly nuanced account of the anxieties he associates with getting older was a great success as the Poetry Society’s Annual Lecture, making us laugh and cry – and think. For age may be a cultural but it is also a biological fact. So this issue also includes a triptych observing seasonal change in the natural world. Fleur Adcock and Richard Kerridge write about metamorphoses in the animal kingdom, while Ruth Padel offers a sneak preview of her forthcoming book about migration at every level, from the cellular to the societal..." — Editor: Fiona Sampson
Poems by Anne Carson, Kathleen Jamie, Douglas Houston, Stanley Moss, Carol Rumens, Maurice Rutherford, Marianne Boruch, Toby Martinez de las Rivas, Anne Rouse, Selima Hill, John Haynes, Martin Harrison, Neil Powell, Niall Campbell, Tony Williams, Luis Rosales, Tim Liardet, David Morley, Patience Agbabi, Anthony Costello, Christopher Middleton, A A Marcoff, Estill Pollock, David Tait and Sam Riviere.
Also: Alan Brownjohn reviews Tranströmer, Gorbanevskaya and Schnackenberg; Chloe Stopa-Hunt reviews Burnside and Greenlaw; Steven Matthews reviews Oswald; Carol Rumens reviews Bennet, Collins and Warner; Lachlan Mackinnon reviews Wicks, Duran, Chase, Dugdale, Grovier and Tait; Tracy Ryan reviews Campbell, Lleshanaku and Riley; W.N. Herbert reviews Lynch and Williams; Todd Swift reviews Pato, Caley, Bose, Bentley, Holloway-Smith and Wright; David Morley reviews Nagra, Higgins and Breeze; Leah Fritz reviews Pindar, Potts, Evans, Eaves and Williams; and Sarah Wardle reviews Flynn, Black, Quinn, Darcy and Montague
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