Index of issues

Number 35

Included in this issue: Exclusive interview with Geraldine Monk. Reviews of Nathan Walker and Amali Rodrigo. 'Barometers' by Ilya Kaminsky and Chris McCabe, 'Changing all that is Metal…'. The Wolf Artist in Residence: Susan Comer. Poems from Robert Sheppard, Ilya Kaminsky, Niall McDevitt, Rachael Allen, Ashur Etwebi, new Cuban poets and much more.

Number 34

Included in this issue: Exclusive interview with Vahni Capildeo Reviews of CD Wright, Rosmarie Waldrop, Basil Bunting. 'Notes from Havana' by Suzanne Gardinier. The Wolf Artist in Residence: Mohamad Omran. Poems from Golan Hagi, Marilyn Hacker, Allen Fisher, new Castillian poets and much more.

Number 33

Included in this issue: An exclusive interview with Kelvin Corcoran. Niall McDevitt on David Gascoyne. Tom Jenks reviews Chris McCabe. John Kinsella on re-imagining place. Mexican Poetry feature. Patricia Farrell as Artist in Residence. Poems from Yang Lian, Michelle Cahill, Ellen Hinsey, a new collaboration from Kelvin Corcoran & Alan Halsey and much more.

Number 32

Included in this issue: An exclusive interview with Kelvin Corcoran. Niall McDevitt on David Gascoyne. Tom Jenks reviews Chris McCabe. John Kinsella on re-imagining place. Mexican Poetry feature. Patricia Farrell as Artist in Residence. Poems from Yang Lian, Michelle Cahill, Ellen Hinsey, a new collaboration from Kelvin Corcoran & Alan Halsey and much more.

Number 31 December 2014

Included in this issue: An exclusive interview with Jerome Rothenberg by Ariel Resnikoff. Reviews of Geoffrey Hill, Carol Watts, D.S. Marriott and SJ Fowler. Robert Sheppard on The Meaning of Form in the Work of Christopher Middleton. The Wolf Artist in Residence: Lenka Ðorojevic introduced by Simona Žvanut. Poems from Chris McCabe, Manoel de Barros, John James, Jana Bodnárová, Alvin Pang and much more.

Number 30 July 2014

Included in this issue: An exclusive interview with Ilya Kaminsky by James Byrne. Catherine Gander on the Selected Poems of Muriel Rukeyser. Helen Moore reviews The Vision of Error by John Kinsella. Valzhyna Mort: On Being a Belarusian Poet. The Wolf Artist in Residence: Marcela Ramirez-Aza. Poems from Stephen Burt, Sophie Mayer, Scott Thurston, John Kinsella, Nora Bossong and much more.

Number 29 December 2013

Included in this issue: An interview with Robert Sheppard, reviews of Valérie Rouzeau, Niall McDevitt, The Panic Cure Panic Cure: Poetry from Spain for the 21st Century, Dalit poets from India. Scott Thurston on ‘Poetry and Movement’. John Sokol as Artist in Residence, poems from Ange Mlinko, Tomaž Šalamun, Ken Babstock, Geraldine Monk and much else besides.

Number 28 July 2013

Included in this issue: An exclusive interview with Charles Bernstein, reviews of Anne Carson, Rachida Madani, Dear World and Everyone In It and Alvin Pang. Reem Yassouf as Artist in Residence, poems from C.D. Wright, Habib Tengour, Clayton Eshleman, Niall McDevitt and much else besides.

Number 27 November 2012

Included in this issue: An exclusive interview with Yusef Komunyakaa, a feature on new poetry from Syria, reviews of Ghassan Zaqtan, Peter Redgrove, new prose from Jeet Thayil, Olga Stefatou as Artist in Residence, poems from Frank Bidart, Ilya Kaminsky, Penelope Shuttle, Drew Milne, Khin Aung Aye, Robert Sheppard and much else besides.

Number 26 April 2012

Included in this issue: An exclusive interview with Clayton Eshleman by Niall McDevitt. ‘De-inventing the Wheel: Circles Within Circles in John Kinsella’s Armour, ‘Kay Boyle as Poet’ by Thomas Austenfeld, Jonathan Baillehache on the work of Ilya Zdanevic. Book reviews of Valzhyna Mort and Robert Sheppard. Plus new poems from John Kinsella, Christopher Merrill, Zeyar Lynn, Sophie Mayer, Firas Sulaiman, Ruth Padel and much more.

Number 25 July 2011

Included in this issue: An exclusive interview with Marilyn Hacker (by Fady Joudah) .  ‘Rimbaud / Illuminations / Ashbery’ by Niall McDevitt , ‘Decoding Pound’s Paradiso’, Reviews of Daljit Nagra, Anne-Marie Fyfe and Arun Kolatkar.  New poems by Bei Dao, Ghassan Zaqtan, Robert Kelly and much more.

Number 24 March 2011

Included in this issue: An exclusive interview with Charles Simic.  New critical work on Geoffrey Hill and Charles Bernstein,  Reviews of Thomas Sayers Ellis, Tabish Khair, Sid Bose & Ishion Hutchinson.  New poems from John Kinsella, Ilya Kaminsky and much more.

Number 23 June 2010

In this issue: Poems by Alfred Corn, Saskia Hamilton, Anne Marie-Fyfe, Niall McDevitt and much more!

Number 22 November 2009

In this issue: Poems by Jumana Mustafa, David Morley, Anna Smaill and much more!

Number 21 August 2009

In this issue: An exclusive interview with Derek Walcott, Introduction to Burmese poetry and much more!

Number 20 April 2009

In this month's issue: review: Ariel to Caliban and Vice Versa , Margo Berdeshevsky, James Womack and much more!

Number 19 December 2008

Peter Redgrove: poet into scientist, in conversation with Robert Minhinnick, James Merrill & the postmodern breakthrough, Morand and Pound: 'Nice' reintroduced, artist in residence: Emily Chappell, poems, translations, essays & reviews.

Number 18 August 2008

Peter Redgrove: poet into scientist, in conversation with Robert Minhinnick, James Merrill & the postmodern breakthrough, Morand and Pound: 'Nice' reintroduced, artist in residence: Emily Chappell, poems, translations, essays & reviews.

Number 17 April 2008

Interview: six poetry editors, responses to the Letters of Ted Hughes, Mina Loy's Geniuses & Robert Duncan's H.D., artist in residence: Christopher Twigg, 90 pages of poems and translations.

Number 16 November 2007

Interview: John Kinsella, Hope Mirrlees: PARIS (re)introduced, Niyi Osundare, reviews: Fiona Sampson and Will Stone, over 30 new poems and translations.

Number 15 July 2007

Interview: Saadi Youssef, review: Harry Fainlight, in-club of poetry criticism, poems: Redgrove & Shuttle plus over 35 new poems.

Number 14 March 2007

Interview: Carolyn Forché, reviews: Gilbert Muldoon & Patti Smith, versions of Dante, Goethe & Vayenas, Irras Han in residence plus over 35 new poems.

Number 13 October 2006

Interview: August Kleinzahler, reviews: Penelope Shuttle & African Books Collective, Niall McDevitt: Contra Avante-Garde plus over 30 new poems.

Number 12 April 2006

Interview: Fiona Sampson, Stephen Watts on George Trakl, new poems from Will Stone, Petit Mort: fine art photography, over 25 poets.

Number 11 November 2005

Interview: David Harsent, translations from five languages, Niall O'Sullivan book reviews, Esther Morgan uncovered, over 30 new poems.

Number 10 July 2005

Interview: Penelope Shuttle, Stephan Tobler: Beyond the Pale, excluded tastes in foreign literatures, new book reviews including Jeremy Reed, over 30 new poems.

Number 9 February 2005

Interview: George Szirtes, John Hartley Williams: No Rhyme, No Reason, new book reviews, Aldeburgh Poetry Festival review, over 30 new poems.

Number 8 October 2004

Tribute and interview: Michael Donaghy, Gareth Jones on Roddy Lumsden, new book reviews, new poetry by David Harsent, over 40 new poems.

Number 7 July 2004

Interviews: ROBIN ROBERTSON & john stammers, unpublished poems from Peter Redgrove, Todd Swift on The Next Generation, Niall O'Sullivan on August Kleinzahler, over 40 new poems.

Number 6 April 2004

Interview: Sarah Maguire, Niall McDevitt: Blake as Urban Shaman, Matt Williams on Barry MacSweeney, over 40 new poems.

Number 5 December 2003

Interview: Neil Astley, Velocity – 20 years of Apples & Snakes, Bloodaxe Poem of the Year, poetry by Roger Mcgough, over 40 new poems, Jeremy Reed.

Number 4 September 2003

Interview: Roddy Lumsden, Nicholas Cobic: The Fifth Column, James Byrne on Peter Redgrove, poetry by Eric Gregory winners, over 40 new poems, John Hartley Williams.

Number 3 May 2003

Interview: Mimi Khalvati, Nicholas Cobic on South American poetry, Sonja Besford on Harold Pinter, latest book reviews, new poetry talents.

Number 2 January 2003

Interview: Matthew Sweeney, Robert Yates: On The Translation of Poetry, Jeremy Quinn, Danilo Kis: Advice to a Young Writer, new poems.

Number 1 September 2002

“The first biting call” featuring Michael Donaghy interview, new translations of Branko Miljkovic, The Shield of Achilles and the 21st Century, reviews, articles.

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