As defined by the Forward Prize winner poet Mona Arshi, a ‘rupture of empathy’ is amplified around us. As a human rights lawyer, she often observes it at a touching distance; yet keeps nurturing life, but in the end, the lilies have to be sadly left to be ‘beauty-drained’.
The recipient of the Sahitya Akademi Award (1984) and the Commonwealth Poetry Prize (1987) for Asia, Daruwalla is at his best with his poems engaging with nature.
The Year 2019 can be emphatically coined as the Raymond Antrobus year! Deaf at birth and not diagnosed until he was seven, as Antrobus says, his poems are an ‘investigation of missing sounds’. Not to forget that he also investigates meaning; after all, how can any poem ignore that leap! He has emerged as one of our most revered contemporary poets.
Yogesh Patel’s new poetry collection. By Phil Hall The Rapids is a collection of poetry published by The […]
This month, Ian Duhig gives us a rare treat with his unique brand of poetry. Where Wendy Cope can be light-hearted, Ian is far more word-mischievous poet. From his palette comes a great mixture of intellect and humour that is highly inventive, eccentric and witty.
Ars Notoria in Royal Society of Literature March news Inbox Mar 9, 2021 Dear Phil, Please note the […]
March Lapwings Now everythingbegins to moveand everything stayswhere it iseach ash treeand each hummockshifts […]
by Yogesh Patel Saddens me we are binaryto my skin.Grandpa used to tell me a lie.Prof Macaulay would […]
In Search of Salt – by Yogesh Patel There is a jungle in this desert! The baboons of […]
By Yogesh Patel To the undertakers A preview of myself is a hidden mirror in a selfie mirror. […]