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.
27 May, 2014
19 May, 2014
Dickinson's envelope poems peel of the pages of this beautifully organized and presented exhibit-book.
5 May, 2014
Though sometimes self-indulgently personal, Marcas Mac an Tuairneir's collection of gay poetry in Gaelic is a subtle journey to finding one's voice.
31 March, 2014
Clare Bucknell explores the unsteady relationship of satire to itself in the English eighteenth century.
Joe Hone challenge's the status of the eighteenth century as the locus classicus of English literary satire.
17 February, 2014
An essay by the Oxford-based poet Leo Mercer on how poetry can take to Twitter through the new form the poetweet.
Jennifer Ruthworth discovers an irresistible, glittering charm in Roger McGough's latest collection of poetry, As Far As I know.
3 February, 2014
James Andrew Taylor's biography of the poet Vernon Scannell provides fresh insights into the artistic cousin of Philip Larkin.