Our first issue in Volume 46 features an exclusive interview with new Oxford Professor of Poetry, Geoffrey Hill. His new collection is Oraclau/Oracles from Clutag Press. Click here.
Er Cof: Iwan Llwyd, by Robert Minhinnick
Cambrian Readjustments: Geoffrey Hill interviewed by Damian Walford Davies and Richard Marggraf Turley
Finding Space: Wendy Mulford interviewed by Alice Entwistle
‘Deflected forces of currents’: Welsh modernist poetry by John Goodby
Poems by: Lee Harwood, Laurence James, Geoffrey Hill, Stephen Knight, Helen Tookey, Kit Fan, Neetha Kunaratnam, Julian Stannard, John Lee Grenfell, John Barnie, Ian Cartland, Ben Mazer, Ralph Hawkins, Peter Hughes, Ivy Alvarez, Wendy Mulford, Ian McEwen, John Powell Ward, James Goodman, John Goodby, Byron Beynon, Helen Mort, Will Jophnson, Marianne Burton, Julia Fiedorczuk translated by Elzbieta Wojcik-Leese, Grzegorz Wroblewski translated by Adam Zdrodowski, Judith Kazantzis, Stevie Krayer and David Foster Morgan.
Peter Barry on Philip Gross’s The Water Table.
Carrie Etter on new work by Jasmine Donahaye, Self-Portrait as Ruth and Gwyneth Lewis, A Hospital Odyssey.
Grahame Davies on Eurig Salisbury’s Llyfr Glas.
Richard Gwyn on translations of books by Chus Pato, m – tala and Ernest Farres, Edward Hopper.
John Taylor on Patrick McGuinness’s Jilted City.
Lyndon Davies on work by Elisabeth Bletsoe, Pharmacopeia and Early Selected Works and Frances Presley, Lines of Sight.