Poetry Review - The Poetry Society
The Poetry Review has been home to the world's best writers since its founding in 1912 - well-known and up-and-coming international writers, novelists and Nobel Prize laureates. In the latest edition of The Poetry Review we have new poetry about the ocean, the octopus, childhood relations and the doodo by authors such as Heather Christle, Andre Bagoo, A.K. Blakemore, Hugo Williams, Helen Mort, Liz Berry, Wayne Holloway-Smith, Vidyan Ravinthiran, Martina Evans and Peter Gizzi.
The main emphasis is on the translations of this edition with poetry by Anzhelina Polonskaya, Hagiwara Kyojiro, Ulrike Almut Sandig and Clara Janés. Sophie Collins and Carole Satyamurti discuss the complexity of translating in our feature'Enquiry' and Katrina Naomi talks about poetry and poetry in Japan. Review by Sophie Collins, Lila Matsumoto, A.K. Blakemore, Robin Robertson, Hannah Sullivan, Abigail Parry, Phoebe Power, Luljeta Lleshanaku and Volker von Törne.
Mayer critiques an Anthologie of Maori Poetry and Amy Key looks at the work of Joan Murray that has been found and forfeited. Keep in mind that the full members of the Poetry Society can view the full edition (and all previous editions) free of charge on-line. The Poetry Review is released every three months and is distributed to all full members of the Poetry Society and is available in major bookstores around the world.
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