Crossing the Line: Walking in the Cheviots with Dante
Feature: Stewart Sanderson considers the notion of 'crossing the line' in poetry, with reference to Dante's Divine Comedy, Child's Ballads, and Basil Bunting’s ‘Attis: Or, Something Missing’.
You are less separate than you imagine
Book review: Charlotte Gann reviews The Hopeful Hat by Carole Satyamurti (Bloodaxe, 2023)
To walk, move the ground backwards
Pamphlet review: Mat Riches reviews Spider Time by William Gilson (Wayleave Press, 2022)
Picasso, ici, je te vois, et je te nomme
Feature: Rowan Bell on the relationship between artist Picasso and poet Paul Éluard
Can’t you see the poetry in throwing a fire extinguisher through the window of the Ritz?
Book Review: Karen Smith reviews Improvised Explosive Device by Arji Manuelpillai (Penned in the Margins, 2022)
This barter of enthusiasm 6
Feature: Andrew Neilson, Emma Simon and Jonathan Davidson choose poems by Roddy Lumsden, Lorraine Mariner and Kit Wright
What I think about when I think about English-Language Haiku
Feature: On Haiku — An essay, with three commentaries, by Matthew Paul
First-class business to transact
Book Review: Isabelle Thompson reviews Tabula Rasa: Poetry by Women (Linen Press, 2023)