Poetry Wales Summer 2017

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Features 

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

Reviews

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.

Poems 

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.

Poetry Wales

The summer issue of Poetry Wales features:

Lee Harwood’s memories of Frank O’Hara
New poetry from Slovenia
Angela Carr in dialogue with Samantha Wynne Rhydderch
Matthew Jarvis on Wales in the 90s

Reviews of John Wilkinson, Tim Atkins, Pascale Petit, Sheenagh Pugh, John Goodby, Steve Griffiths, Sarah Corbett, Meirion Jordan and Myrddin ap Dafydd, plus Peter Barry on Complicities by Robin Purves and Sam Ladkin and Origins of the Underground by Andrew Duncan.

Contributing poets include Robert Sheppard, Vahni Capildeo, David Foster-Morgan, Ian Seed, Angela Carr, Richard Gwyn and many more.

Call for submissions:

A special issue in 2010 will focus on poetry and the visual. Submissions of poems drawing on this relationship, as well as texts that incorporate visual elements, are welcome with SAE by December 1st 2009.

Editorial address: Zoë Skoulding, Poetry Wales, School of English, Bangor University, Gwynedd LL57 2DG, Wales.

To subscribe (£20 for 4 issues UK) or buy a single copy (£5.50), visit http://www.seren-books.com/poetry-wales or send a cheque to: Poetry Wales Press Ltd., 57 Nolton St, Bridgend, CF31 3AE, Wales.