The brilliant Australian online Journal of Poetics Research (edited by John Tranter) has just published the third of my Songs of Realisation – three long poems (concerned with on the ground, below the ground and above the ground – the first is Epping, the second Chauvet and the third Hubble.
And it was great to see another extract from one of my Songs of Realisation on Tottenham Trees. Click the link: Epping
Click The New Versailles for this new poem just published in The Fortnightly Review.
See also Incomprehensible Lesson – just out from Carcanet, versions of Fawzi Karim.
A Clearing, Sunday Castle and Auto-Analysis have all been published in Sept/Oct 2018 Spectators. These will appear in my next collection Songs of Realisation, forthcoming from The High Window Press. The Spectator has also published, on 1 Sept 2018, The Early Mists of September from Alain-Fournier’s Poems – which I translated with Anthony Costello and Anita Marsh – published by Carcanet (2017).
A DIATRIBE – has been published here
There is also a new poem now on Blue of Noon
My short essay on Alain-Fournier is among several contributions to the Journal of Poetics Research
This post includes other links to the new poems I have written exploring the Statheron and the Palimpsest while another link is to my verses exploring the mixed meter form of the madrigal can be found at this link and my essay on Australian poets:
More about the madrigal and its history can be found at A PAEAN TO THE PIONEER OF THE MADRIGAL.
And also two poems and some translations can be found at the link to this excellent magazine: The High Window
My thanks to all these supportive sites: Blue of Noon, Journal of Poetics Research, The Fortnightly Review and The High Window, and also to offline publications, The Spectator and Poetry Salzburg Review who have also recently taken poems.
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