Carcanet New Poetries V – A Year On

Report: Carcanet New Poetries V – A Year On Reading at the London Review Bookshop 26th September 2012-10-01 Report by George Potts It’s a rare occasion when a poetry anthology has a launch party, let alone a further event to celebrate the one-year anniversary of its launch. Yet the quality of Carcanet’s New Poetries V – bringing together the work of 22 poets from across … Continue reading Carcanet New Poetries V – A Year On

Mark Ford’s Six Children

A review of Mark Ford’s latest collection, Six Children and a report of the Days of Roses poetry night in celebration of its publication. Kit Toda ‘Though unmarried I have had six children’ – Walt Whitman This strange claim made by Walt Whitman provided the title for Mark Ford’s latest collection, as well as the organising principle of tonight’s Days of Roses readings, in celebration … Continue reading Mark Ford’s Six Children