With poems by Zohar Atkins, Louis Armand, Alan Baker, Charlie Baylis, James Coghill, Helen Charman, Aidan Coleman, John Goodby, Dominic Hale, Caleb Klaces, Daisy Lafarge, Robert Lietz, Medbh McGuckian, Anthony Madrid, Kate Noakes, Mary Noonan, Karl O’Hanlon, Dan Raphael, Cal Revely-Calder, Aidan Semmens, Paige Smeaton, Cherry Smyth, David Wheatley & John Wilkinson, plus Chinese poetry in translation by Eleanor Goodman and a tribute to Tom Raworth. More here.
Graham Hartill: Version of Events; Wanda O’Connor: The Practice of Entering; David Greenslade: The Poetics of Cash; John Kinsella: Journaling, an Activist Poetics
From the Archive: Aneirin Karadog on Breton poetry
Jessica Pujol Duran on Currently & Emotion; Emily Hasler on Mark Blayney, Natalie Ann Holborow and Julia Rose Lewis; Claire Crowther on Ruth Bidgood and Deryn Rees-Jones; Rhys Owain Williams on Mab Jones, Claire Williamson and Rhian Edwards.
Ghazal Mosadeq and Camilla Nelson, Annie Katchinska, Anna Reckin, Alison Winch, Bronka Nowicka, Luka McDonagh, Tim Cresswell, Vala Thorodds, Fran Lock, David Sargeant, David Ishaya Osu, Jordi Valls, Hannah Youd, Iain Britton, Jo Mazelis, Kate Noakes, Sophie Herxheimer, Meryl Pugh, david Roberts, Robbie Burton, Kate North, Pascale Petit, Nathalie Handal, Gavin Goodwin, Kimberly Campanello and Linda Black.
Full details here.
Now available from enjoy your homes press.
Strikes, seascapes, teen revivals, queer transfeminist dreaming in the hours of the emergency.
£6 (incl. p&p), 40pp. Buy it here.
Datableed is open for submissions for issue 8 until August 13th. See here.
Lyndon Davies’ fourth collection takes a high-dive into the vast but weirdly personal and particular mysteries of place and belonging.
Shifting through forms, registers and perspectives, part journal, part improvisation, part hallucination,
Bridge 116 explores a vision of locality both specific and haunted by many kinds of news from elsewhere. Full details here.
20 July at 19:30. I K L E C T I K, ‘Old Paradise Yard’ 20 Carlisle Lane, London, SE1 7LG.