Poetry Review vol. 101:3 (Autumn 2011)
128 | 978-1-900771-70-2Price: £7.95
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"In the face of mob rule, poetry’s rugged individualism seems especially important. It offers its alternative, a kind of focused integrity – the understanding that we do not need to be totalizing, or totalitarian, but write all the more tellingly when we acknowledge our own particularity..." — Editor: Fiona Sampson
Poems by John Burnside, Lizzi Thistlethwayte, Anne Stevenson, Hugo Williams, Sean Borodale, John Mole, Alan Brownjohn, Ahren Warner, Seni Seneviratne, Gerard Smyth, Maria Jastrzebska, Alyson Hallett, Eugene Dubnov, Kevin Crossley-Holland, John Fuller, Emily Berry, Robert Saxton, Malika Booker, Siriol Troup, Antony Dunn, Judith Kazantzis, Olivia Byard, Terry Jones, Glyn Maxwell, Fanny Howe, Maitreyabandhu and Gwyneth Lewis.
Also: Steven Matthews on Geoffrey Hill and Derek Mahon; Chloe Stopa-Hunt reviews Sean O’Brien; Adam Thorpe on Jaan Kaplinski and Michael Longley; Kim Moore reviews Ruth Fainlight; Lavinia Singer on Bernard O’Donoghue and Mary Oliver; David Morley on Jovanovic, Crowther and Kennelly; Tim Liardet on Warner, Ford, Lumsden and Pollard; Dai George on Berkeley, Crucefix, Nurske, Rudolf and Siddique; Tara Bergin on Lewis and Satyamurti; Molly Peacock reviews Liardet, Deane and Luther; Harriet Tarlo on Brading and Presley, Rich, Robertson and Williams; Sarah Wardle reviews debutants; and Angel Dahouk on not giving up the day-job.
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