The Studio of Paula Rego


16 Feb 2010

A Found Poem Anna McKerrow Opposite a block of control / Him to make him / a woman / Crowded on a table / Protest that...

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An Interview with Will Self


6 Feb 2010

Will Self is a prolific writer of both fiction and journalism. His most recent publication, Psycho Too, is a...

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Returning


28 Jan 2010

Archie Davies Feathers float down my mind white drifts in. heat-hazed memories of unforgotten mornings like lemon-cake...

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Renewed


27 Jan 2010

Jeremy Clarke i.m. Andrew Nicholson Light as litter, rain’s empty containers are blowing away. The sun’s sudden...

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Report: T. S. Eliot Prize Reading 2010


27 Jan 2010

At the British poetry world’s biggest annual prize, a strong shortlist including three former winners battle for the...

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An Interview with Sir Christopher Ricks – Part I


23 Jan 2010

Sir Christopher Ricks is one of the most important and influential critics active today. Described by W.H.Auden as...

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An Interview with Sir Christopher Ricks – Part II


23 Jan 2010

The Literateur: You have been very insistent that literary criticism is important only because literature is important,...

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Walt’s Last Stand


22 Jan 2010

Scott Jamison Walt Whitman is watching me piss, And I am that far gone that for a split Second I consider stealing...

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