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Poetry Review


(Poetry Magazine)


Britain’s longest-running and most prestigious poetry magazine features unrivalled poetry coverage with international recognition in arresting design.
Among the many delights in each issue of Poetry Review are over 50 pages of poems, including the work of Don Paterson, Moniza Alvi, Sarah Maguire, Polly Clark, Peter Finch, and Alison Brackenbury; the Poetry Review essay; art by internationally renowned artists; unashamedly intelligent and provocative reviews.

“Superb. No qualifiers. Simply the best. Good essays, fine poems, imaginative thought. It’s witty, irreverent, scholarly, passionate and exuberant. What more could we ask?” (Writers’ Forum)

Poetry Review is vital reading for anybody interested in the state of the art.

Contact Information

name: David Herd & Robert Potts
website: www.poetrysociety.org.uk/review/review.htm

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