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Dai George’s first collection of poetry, The Claims Office, was just published in the UK by Seren Books. He is an editor at the online journal Prac Crit.
Poetry from Claudia Rankine, Mark Doty, Les Murray, Sarah Howe, and more.
Toby Martinez de las Rivas is the first poet to rise to Geoffrey Hill's manifold challenges.
Twentieth-century British poetry had many virtues, but it was not overburdened with a sense of style.
Ahren Warner strikes a seductive compact between the older and younger camps of British poetry.
Identity Parade: New British and Irish Poets,
Thanks to the hacks that still insist
on fixing the smallest glitch in Luke‚
Rain: Poems by Don Paterson
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