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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. Enjoy selected highlights from the latest issue of The Poetry Review here. Listen in on our ever expanding podcast series of interviews with leading poets including: Simon Armitage, Sandeep Parmar, Nick Makoha, Don Paterson, Denise Riley, Ray Antrobus (transcript available); Fiona Benson and many more. Read the story behind the poems in our online feature Behind the Poem, and find out about what our contributors are reading and listening to in Poetry Mixtape. The magazine welcomes submissions from prospective contributors.
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