Tag Archives: The Fortnightly Review

Torpedo Fair – an eclogue

An eclogue is a poem written as a dialogue between two voices. Torpedo Fair is a poem of this kind which is now published here in The Fortnightly Review. The first voice is the voice of the battlefield. The second … Continue reading

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Three Poems (now with recordings) at the Fortnightly

These three poems published by The Fortnightly Review are now accompanied by very good sound recordings. Further recordings can be found here where a link can be found to my poems on the National Poetry Archive. A favourite recording of … Continue reading

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Latest News from Grey Suit Editions

There is a new review of The Step is the Foot . It’s by Alan Price in the Fortnightly. Follow all our posts on the blog of Grey Suit Editions, click link below. Grey Suit Editions This year we published two … Continue reading

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LINKS TO NEW POEMS

(This post last updated 24 September 2021) One of my versions of the Comtesse de Noailles appeared in the Spectator, late Summer 2021, as well as a new poem of mine. Torpedo Fair – an eclogue came out 24/09/21 in The Fortnightly Review. … Continue reading

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