1 February, 2016

Kanta Dihal

A Very Educated Thrill

Kanta Dihal praises a highly unusual approach to computing history.


Bryan St. Amand

A Great Novel, Not A Great Gay Novel

Bryan St Amand argues that the lavish praise for Greenwell's debut is misdirected.


Jacob Lloyd

Schooling an Intelligence

Jacob Lloyd explores a new study of John Keats's life and thought.


Charles Yuchen He

The Reality of Narrating Hunger

Charles Yuchen He traces modernism back to a Norwegian novel on starvation.


Jenny Messenger

Translators Be Warned

Jenny Messenger enjoys tackling Saint Aldhelm's riddles in a new verse translation.


7 December, 2015

Noreen Masud

Pull Yourself Together

Noreen Masud celebrates an extensive new edition of Stevie Smith's poems and drawings


Hugh Foley

Whisper Music

Hugh Foley revisits the poetry of T.S. Eliot


Kristin Grogan

An Interview with Rachel Blau DuPlessis

Kristin Grogan speaks with acclaimed feminist critic and poet Rachel Blau DuPlessis


Rey Conquer

You’ll never get a result out of me

Rey Conquer examines a new anthology of poetry by women


Pierre Antoine Zahnd

Black/White: Toward a visuopoetics of the line break

Pierre Antoine Zahnd navigates the pleasures of lineation