Look out for the summer issue of The Poetry Review, now its way to readers worldwide.
To sample some highlights online ahead of the print edition dropping through your door, visit the issue webpage, which features new poems by Mary Ruefle, Paul Muldoon, Maya Caspari, Luke Allan and Amaan Hyder. Terrance Hayes’s brilliant Poetry Society Annual Lecture on Gwendolyn Brooks and her influence, programmed with the Obsidian Foundation and presented in partnership with the University of Liverpool, is published for the first time, alongside insightful reviews of Ciaran Carson, Derek Mahon, Rebecca Perry and Kayo Chingonyi. Look out for more online content in the coming weeks, including new Poetry Mixtapes from contributors Anita Pati and Romeo Oriogun – a poetical take on Desert Island Discs.
Don’t miss The Poetry Review summer launch via Zoom, from 7pm on 21 July 2021, when our readers will be Romeo Oriogun, Vicki Feaver, Richard Scott and Dean Browne, fresh from winning The Poetry Society’s Geoffrey Dearmer Prize. Dean’s poem ‘The Last Consultation’ was chosen by the acclaimed US poet Patricia Smith, who said, “I loved reading this entreaty out loud, uncovering its rampant rhythm and sly wordplay.”
Poetry Society Full Members receive The Poetry Review in both print and digital format. Subscriptions to the Review in both print and digital form are also available. A digital subscription includes a searchable archive dating back to 2013 – make your purchase in The Poetry Society webshop.