works in the Spanish wine trade and lives between Extremadura and West Sussex. Following two pamphlets with HappenStancePress, his first full collection, The Knives of Villalejo, was published in 2017. More recent poems have featured in The Spectator, The New European and Wild Court. Read Matthew Stewart’s blog Rogue Strands here.
Hydra heads of rebellions
Matthew Stewart reviews The Kentish Rebellion by Robert Selby (Shoestring, 2022)
A single umbrella is enough to start a revolution
Matthew Stewart reviews The Storm in the Piano by Christopher James (Maytree Press, 2022),
One kid looking on in wonder
Matthew Stewart explores Ben Wilkinson’s poetic development and looks at his new collection, Same Difference (Seren, 2022)