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Since it was founded in 1912, The Poetry Review has been home to the world’s best writing – by both internationally renowned and emerging poets, newcomers and Nobel Prize winners. The autumn 2017 issue of The Poetry Review, edited by Emily Berry, is just published. It contains new poems by Astrid Alben, Aria Aber, Beverley Bie Brahic, Colette Bryce, Matthew Caley, Niall Campbell, Steve Ely, Eiffel Gao, Marion Hobday, Ishion Hutchinson, Terence John, Amy Key, Tim Liardet, Lucy Mercer, Khadijah Queen, Padraig Regan, Tony Roberts, Matthew Sweeney, James Sutherland-Smith, Rebecca Tamás, Ruth Wiggins, and translations of Nansorhon by Ian Haight and T’ae-yong Ho. In ‘Reports’, Victoria Adukwei Bulley describes the making of MOTHER TONGUES and Chris Moss celebrates the poetic status of tango song. Roger Robinson, W.N. Herbert, Hera Lindsay Bird and Jay Bernard have written their poetry ‘Manifestos’, and there are reviews of Helen Dunmore, Bill Manhire, James Sheard, Jorie Graham, Pauline Stainer, Daljit Nagra, Marion McCready, Layli Long Soldier, Tara Bergin, Nick Makoha, Kayo Chingonyi and many more – plus Abdellatif Laâbi and Vénus Khoury-Ghata in translation, and a new anthology examining the poetics of D/deaf and disabled cultures. Remember, Full Members of The Poetry Society can enjoy the entire issue (and back issues) online for free.
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You can browse selected highlights from past issues in this section. Listen in as contributing poets, including Gillian Allnutt, Jane Yeh, Jacob Polley, Helen Mort, Frank Ormsby, Zaffar Kunial, Paul Muldoon, Colette Bryce, Simon Armitage, Kim Addonizio, and others, talk to the editor in our series of podcast interviews. In the online feature, Behind the Poem, poets offer fascinating insights into their Review poems.