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issue 5

Peter Gizzi, ‘Eye of the Poem’
Geoffrey Hartman, interviewed by Xie Qiong
Jeremy Noel-Tod remembers R.F. Langley
Katrina Forrester on Stanley Cavell
Corina Copp on the poetry of Jean Day


issue 4

Jean Day, ‘Undersong’
Emily Critchley, ‘A selection of North American women writers from the Greenwich Cross-Genre Festival (July 2010)’
John Wilkinson, ‘Ode: The Enigma of the Hour’
Jesse Drury’s ‘Lyric Totality.’

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Raymond Geuss, ‘Hannah, Paul, Rosa, Julian, and the Sphinx’


issue 3

Editorial and Letters, from Peter Riley and Allen Fisher.
Anne Blonstein, ‘[Psalm] 13.’
Reitha Pattison: Four poems from the French of Bertran de Born
Jonty Tiplady: ‘noelove’
Henri Deluy: ‘The Oath of Strasbourg’, translated by Jacqueline Kari
Richard Owens, ‘Four Ballads’
Kurt Schwitters: ‘The Onion (Merzpoem 8)’ [translated by Peter Wortsman]
J.H. Prynne: ‘Difficulties in the Translation of “Difficult” Poems’
Yonatan Mendel, ‘The Politics of Non-Translation: On Israeli Translations of Intifada, Shahid, Hudna and Islamic Movements’
Peter Zinovieff, ‘Nuzuh’ [additional material available here]


issue 2

Editorial.
Francesca Lisette, ‘Honied Taper’
Alexander Nemser, ‘Psalms’
Peter Hughes, from Behoven
Lorqi Blinx, ‘Cowards are Great!’
Ray Crump, ‘The Tinder Box – Sparks of Poetry’
Marina Frasca-Spada, ‘David Hume, the Caliph Omar and the burning issue of metaphysics’
[Keston Sutherland, 'Song of the Wanking Iraqi']

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George Reynolds, ‘Pound’s Letters: Towards a Poetics Including the “EZpistolary”‘
Letters from Daniel Elstein, Andrea Brady and Robert Archambeau.


issue 1

Two poems by John James
Three poems by Anna Mendelssohn
‘Fire Shift’ by Timothy Thornton
Charles Lambert, ‘postfuck tristezza’
Jeremy Noel-Tod, ‘A History of Difficulty: On Cambridge Poetry’
Richard Berengarten on the 1975 Cambridge Poetry Festival
John Hall on Douglas Oliver’s ‘Arrondissements’
Rebecca Stott, ‘Tangling with History’