is a poet and blogger at Wood Bee Poet. He lives near Cambridge in the UK, and has had work published in several magazines in print and online.
Paradise of garagistes
Chris Edgoose reviews Impasse: for Jules Maigret by Sean O’Brien (Hercules Editions, 2023)
The Irish word for love
Chris Edgoose reviews Rescue Contraptions by Joe Duggan (tall-lighthouse, 2022)
This barter of enthusiasm
Funny poems by Norman MacCaig, William Makepeace Thackeray and Alexander Hutchison, chosen by Chris Edgoose, D.A. Prince and Richie McCaffery
What lies ahead may cause upset
Chris Edgoose reviews WE’RE ALL IN IT TOGETHER: poems for a disUNITED KINGDOM edited by Michael Stewart, Steve Ely and Kayleigh Campbell (Grist, 2022).
What does Chris Edgoose say?
I've enjoyed poetry since studying it at school — the War Poets and Elizabeth Jennings left a particular impression ...
Two Poetries: Spender, Poetry and Ideology
Chris Edgoose considers Stephen Spender, revolutionary poetry and the need for trust between writers and readers of poetry