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Home Front, Bloodaxe

Recent reading: ‘Home Front’, new poetry from Bloodaxe

An interesting book came my way from Bloodaxe recently – a book of books, you might call it, or perhaps an anthology of collections. Home Front¬†features four collections (each by a different poet, three of whom were unfamiliar to me) on the theme of war, specifically the experience of wives, […]

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Isabel Palmer’s ‘Ground Signs’

One of the interesting things about the Poetry Book Fair in September was seeing poetry pamphlets and books from different publishers side by side, and the great variety in jacket designs, colours and fonts.¬†Flarestack was one of the tables that really caught my attention, with its beautifully simple pamphlet covers. […]

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