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Sound by T.M.Wolf

Sound by T.M. Wolf Paperback, Faber and Faber, 2012 384 pages, ISBN: 978-0571272273, £14.99 George Potts   T.M. Wolf’s debut novel Sound is a case of a conventional plot offset by a highly unconventional form. Cincy Styles returns to his New Jersey home having dropped out of graduate school, a burned-out philosophy student whose academic dreams have fallen apart. He takes a job for the … Continue reading Sound by T.M.Wolf

Sixteen Poems by Monika Rinck, trans. Alistair Noon

Sixteen Poems By Monika Rinck, trans. Alistair Noon Barque Press; 2009 Paperback; 32 pages ISBN: 978 1 90348 871 3; Price: £5.00 George Potts ‘A round-up of poets currently writing in German would seem to me to be selectively defective if it hadn’t got wind of Monika Rinck’s work’, translator Alistair Noon writes in his foreword to this edition of her poetry. For those not … Continue reading Sixteen Poems by Monika Rinck, trans. Alistair Noon

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Interview with Sean Bonney

Sean Bonney was born in Brighton, raised in the north of England and now lives in East London. His poetry has been described as something that ‘attacks rather than seduces‘ and forms an important voice among the British avant-garde. His publications include, among others, Document: poems, diagrams, manifestos (Barque Press, 2009), Baudelaire in English (Veer Publication, 2008) and Blade Pitch Control Unit (Salt, 2005) as … Continue reading Interview with Sean Bonney