How to improve reading your poetry - Marek Urbanowicz


New Essay by Michael Spinks:

                       Poetry of the Cornish Clay Pits:

                       Clemo, Clay, Kent and Goodman      




N. Bryant Kirkland:

Warts and All

Martial’s Epigrams: A Selection


Mario Petrucci:

                                  MICHELANGELO  and  SHOSTAKOVICH

from  terribilità  to  terribilità


Will Stone reviews Paul Stubbs


Young Broadsheet essayist, Julia Forster, age 27, studied Creative Writing at the Universities of St.Andrews and Warwick where she received the Derek Walcott Prize for Creative Writing in 2000. Her poetry has been translated into Spanish and she is also a regular reviewer for PN Review.She can be reached at

Critical Openness: A Study of Poetry in Public Places


Young Broadsheet essayist Nichi Hodgson is 21 and reading English at York University. Voices on silent: where is poetry's next generation?

Jim McCue, a Visiting Fellow at London University's Institute of English Studies – (he contributed to Agenda in the past, notably with a piece for Beckett's 80th birthday) - questions, in this trenchant essay, the politically correct, government-subsidized line that English is healthy and flourishing. Talking for Britain


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