Poetry Review 104:1 Spring 2014

Highlights:

  • Jan Wagner’s “evensong, lago di como” (translated by Eva Bourke): an excellent Martian-postcard poem:

…the empty car ferry carries a last cargo of light across the water.

  • Review of Philip Gross’ Later, which manages to describe his style in ways I can recognise
  • The first line of Steve Ely’s “Fasayil”: “Yes, I remember Fasayil” – yet nothing more unlike Adlestrop could be imagined
  • Review of Derek Mahon’s The Echo Grove
  • Winners of the 2013 National Poetry Competition: three female poets all writing in unrhymed couplets
  • A selection of poems from the American magazine Poetry, formerly twinned with Poetry Review
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