13 October, 2014
Rey Conquer find that the “meanings” of colours arise through relations and networks of association, within a work, or within a culture.
A Bird Is Not A Stone is simultaneously a testament to the power of poetry and the resolute and ongoing cultural production of Palestinian poets across the world.
With its deft representation of simultaneity and interpenetrating narratives, Ali Smith's novel is by turns provocative, sardonic, and genuine.
30 June, 2014
In light of Seamus Heaney's recent death, Richard Russell scrupulously reorients the poet in relation to place.
Jennifer Thorp finds Anne Carson's precise control of the bathetic sentence makes less of an outing than usual in her newest work.
The greatest feature of Pangle’s commentary is that it has brought an interpretative approach into a wider conversation.
Daveen Koh finds Frederic Gros' book to be limited in scope but nevertheless a commendable achievement and a delightful read.
Geordie Greig presents Lucian Freud in a cleverly constructed volume that errs on the side of sensational at times, but with authority.