Tag Archives: satire
Very pleased that my essay on satire is now posted on The Fortnightly – Satire for the Millenium
The Crown Prince gets preferential treatment In the Hanoi Hilton. Hear the songbird sing Of kind handling by the people he has injured From the air. What will the rear admiral think though, Should his son accept that offer of … Continue reading
At last a review! Scroll down on the link here to find it. And in print, there is now one in the latest Poetry Salzburg Review – which can be found by scrolling down to the end of this … Continue reading
First published 2015, my satire. Click the image to see the post in the Fortnightly Review! The full story can be found in Go forth and Serve, Martin Rosenbluth, 1961. Library of Congress cat. no. 60-53237 The poem is now … Continue reading
Fortnightly articles This is the cluster index for all my articles published by the Fortnightly, on subjects such maverick poets, war poetry, the sixties, Marianne Faithful, carnival in Rio de Janeiro….