Monday, 21 October 2013

New Poetry Review Out Now!

The Poetry Society's latest edition of Poetry Review, edited by Maurice Riordan, explores Seamus Heaney's idea of the omphalos, a place that is central to a poet's imaginative world, in essays by Colette Bryce and Ian Duhig. In 'Face to Face' Patrick Crotty offers an in-depth interview with Michael Longley, and Richard Gwyn writes on Cavafy. New poems by Matthew Dickman, Hugo Williams, Ruby Robinson, Leontia Flynn, Matthew Sweeney, Eve Grubin, Kate Potts, and many, many more. The issue includes a warm tribute to Seamus Heaney.

Edited by Maurice Riordan, the latest issue of Poetry Review explores Seamus Heaney's idea of the omphalos, a place that is central to a poet's imaginative world, in essays by Colette Bryce and Ian Duhig. In 'Face to Face' Patrick Crotty offers an in-depth interview with Michael Longley, and Richard Gwyn writes on Cavafy. New poems by Matthew Dickman, Hugo Williams, Ruby Robinson, Leontia Flynn, Matthew Sweeney, Eve Grubin, Kate Potts, and many, many more. The issue includes a warm tribute to Seamus Heaney, who died on 30 August. Full contents list and downloadable pdfs here.

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