Kimberly Campanello’s latest publication MOTHERBABYHOME is a 796-page ‘report’ comprised of conceptual and visual poetry on St Mary’s Mother and Baby Home in Tuam, Co. Galway. An excavation of voices, the poems are composed entirely of text taken from historical archives and contemporary sources related to the Home. The 796 poems are printed on transparent vellum…
Vahni Capildeo’s newest publication Skin Can Hold is due for publication on 30th May 2019 from Carcanet. ‘Skin Can Hold marks an experimental departure for a traditionally pen-and-paper poet as she explores embodied practice—theatre, dance, and experimental performance. These texts are the fruit of those experiments and collaborations, drawing on her sporadic training in the…
The latest issue of our long-running magazine Poetry & Audience (Autumn/Winter 2018; Vol. 48. No.2) featuring Mimi Khalvati, Jon Glover, Brandon Marlon, Caitlin Stobie and recent winners of the Alison Morland Prize is out now and available for £3. Contact: engpanda@leeds.ac.uk
Current Leverhulme Research Fellow, Rachel Bower, has published her new collection Moon Milk. The collection takes a frank, unflinching look at the joys and challenges of modern parenting, pregnancy, birth and early childhood and explores such themes as loss, shame, transformation and betrayal. The collection is published by Valley Press. More information and details of how to…
Douglas Caster Fellow Vahni Capildeo’s new collection Venus as a Bear is now available from Carcanet. The collection – spanning such diverse subject matter as animals, art, language, the sea, thinghood, metaphor, description, and dance – is the Poetry Book Society’s summer choice. For further information, reviews and where to buy, visit Carcanet.