Michael Hampton: ‘It is as a re-writer of London that Turner is most effective, joining the crowd of post-Sinclair names cited above who are re-imagining the city, a cross between Urbex trespassers and sober archivists, equipped with proprioceptive sensitivities that can tune into both ancient resonances as well as stand witness to traumatic contemporary change.’
Rupert M Loydell
Simon Collings (with collages by John Goodby)
Three Short Fictions
The Campus Novel
Snapshot, Sachsenhausen and three more poems
Seven short poems
Four prose poems
from Reverse | Inverse
Sheila E. Murphy
Kingfishers and cobblestones and five more new poems
Zion Offramp 76–78
Come dancing with me and two more new poems
Please Swipe Right
‘Three Postcards’ and a prose poem
In memory of
John Taylor with drawings by Sam Forder
New in Translation
Marina Tsvetaeva, trans. by Belinda Cooke
Poems from Prière (1924)
Pierre Jean Jouve, trans. by Will Stone
Six Prose Poems
Pietro di Marchi, trans. by Peter Robinson
A new Review of John Matthias’s Some Words on Those Wars by Garin Cycholl.
Tronn Overend’s Samuel Alexander on Beauty
New Fortnightly Serials
from The Ruinad
from White Ivory
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Audio archive: Two poems, with an audio track, from Heart Monologues by Jasmina Bolfek-Radovani | Daragh Breen’s Aural Triptych | Hayden Carruth reads Contra Mortem and Journey to a Known Place | Anthony Howell reads three new poems | James Laughlin reads Easter in Pittsburgh and five more | Peter Robinson reads Manifestos for a lost cause, Dreamt Affections, Blind Summits and Oblique Lights
2011: Golden-beak in eight parts. By George Basset (H. R. Haxton).
2012: The Invention of the Modern World in 18 parts. By Alan Macfarlane.
2013: Helen in three long parts. By Oswald Valentine Sickert.
2016: The Survival Manual by Alan Macfarlane. In eight parts.
2018: After the Snowbird, Comes the Whale, by Tom Lowenstein.
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