Poetry Review Magazine 106/02 : Summer 2016
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The world-class Poetry Review, founded in 1909, is the UK’s most widely-read poetry periodical, a quarterly digest of the very best verse and writing about poetry to be found in Britain today, across all generations and schools. An indispensible read, it identifies trends and drives the direction of contemporary poetry. Here exciting newcomers rub shoulders with Geoffrey Hill, Louise Gluck, Don Paterson and Mahmoud Darwish. Each handsome 128pp issue includes essays, features and reviews.