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27 January 2015
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Review: Luke Wright's 'Mondeo Man'
This is poetry to entertain the everyman enthusiast and win over the cynics. If any contemporary collection is going to convince the disbeliever...
INTERVIEW: The Poet Whose Divorce Led Her To A £15,000 Prize
America's 'greatest living poet' after winning the TS Eliot prize on writing the story of her divorce, why she doesn't make anything up...
Why Did American Sharon Olds Win Britain's Top Poetry Prize?
We want to choose integration and meaning over cynicism and despair. Olds happens to have achieved it. The extent to which this is evident...
End Of A Marriage Leads To Top Poetry Prize
A collection of poems about the end of a marriage has won this year's TS Eliot Prize. Sharon Olds, 70, penned Stag's Leap after her husband...
Poem To Be Broadcast 25 Years After Sparking 'Outrage'
A poem containing a torrent of swear words which sparked outrage 25 years ago is being broadcast on Radio 4. Dramatist Tony Harrison penned...
Field Notes to the T.S. Eliot Prize
The T.S. Eliot Prize for a single collection is one of the most popular, prestigious, and increasingly transatlantic poetry prizes in Britain....
Hand-Written Keats Poem To Auction For £45,000
A fragment of the only hand-written poem by John Keats known to remain in private hands is going under the hammer. Inspired by a walk...
Humankind Cannot Bear Very Much (More) Reality
"Humankind cannot bear very much reality", suggested the poet TS Eliot many years ago. Well: I can't bear very much more right now. When...
Five American Poets to Watch in 2013
There are so many wonderful American poets who have not achieved the fame (or notoriety) sufficient to carry their names or poems across...
A Poem About Making Bread...
Simon Mole is a London-based poet, emcee, and theatre maker and one part of the Chill Pill Collective. "A while back I noticed that my...
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
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You're So London
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EP Review: Autistic Pieces - Autistic Pieces EP
When it comes to poetry and music combining together, it either turns out to be a great exploration resulting in a beautiful sound or just...
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2012 was declared the year of the short story and back in March I wrote an article exploring the immediate repercussions of such a statement....
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