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Emma Lee Reviews ‘The Alpaca Cantos’ by Jenny Blackford

‘The Alpaca Cantos’ Jenny Blackford Pitt Street Poetry https://pittstreetpoetry.com/

Justin Goodman Reviews ‘An Insubstantial Universe’ (eds. Alyal and Stockdale)

‘An Insubstantial Universe’ editors Amina Alyal and Edwin Stockdale Yaffle Press https://www.yafflepress.co.uk/anthologies

Emma Lee Reviews ‘Nature Lover’ By Efi Hatzimanolis

‘Nature Lover’ Efi Hatzimanolis Owl Publishing http://www.owlpublishing.com.au/ ISBN 978-0-6482861-5-8,...

Emma Lee Reviews, Geoffrey Heptonstall’s ‘Rites of Passage’

‘Rites of Passage’ Geoffrey Heptonstall Cyberwit

Declan Toohey reviews Garth Greenwell’s Cleanness

‘Cleanness’ Garth Greenwell Picador ISBN 9781509874637  £8.99 (paperback)

Adrian Salmon reviews – Colum McCann’s ‘Apeirogon’

‘Apeirogon’ Colum McCann Penguin Random House ISBN 9781400069606

Star Trails By Alexandra Fraser -Reviewed

‘Star Trails’ Alexandra Fraser  Steele Roberts  ISBN 978-0-947493-93-6, 

‘Forms of Exile: Selected Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva’ Translated by Belinda Cooke – Reviewed

‘Forms of Exile: Selected Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva’Translated by Belinda Cooke The...

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