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Sunday, December 26, 2010

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THE EDITOR'S PICKS
A personal best of 2010

LOOKING BACK FOR A LONG TIME
Christian Hawkey's Ventrakl

THE ARM STRIKES BACK
Dom Jaeckle's Faithless Arm & Co.

ROTH AS POET
Ira Lightman on Nemesis

HARD-WIRED
David Hart on Jean Follain and Ludwig Steinherr
'I, THE ATROCITY'
Pascal Petit's Kahlo

MR SYNTAX DOES NOT ALWAYS SELL OUT
but he can dream, says Robert Ensor

THE DODO EXISTS IN MY HOUSE
says Jonathan Reid

WELL-PRUNED
Jane Routh on new books from
Mark Goodwin and Daniel Johnson

THEATRE OF THE ABSURD
Paul Sutton on Jesse Glass

OK BUT
Forty Lies reviewed

UNDERCURRENT
Requiem for a Dream // 102

A SPLENDID JOB
Roddy Lumsden's Identity Parade

SKIN NEVER FORGETS
Ian Seed braves it on the bus

LEARNING THE LANGUAGE
Recent art books reviewed

DEFLATED EGO 9
Jane Routh on Jane Routh

from THE BOOK OF ISAAC
five sonnets by Aidan Semmens

PACK A POET IN YOR SUITCASE
Angela Topping reviews
three new poetry collections

OH WELCOME COMPLEXITY
Paul Sutton on Blandine Longre

SHUT YOUR MOUTH
AND SAVE YOUR LIFE
says Bobby Parker

JUST DO IT
John Ashbery collected

THE NECESSITY OF FAILURE
David Pollard on Mario Petrucci

VIPERS!
James McLaughlin opens
A Music Box of Snakes

BROKEN SIGNALS
Cindytalk interviewed

CONFLICTING ACCOUNTS
Martin Stannard has forgotten
how to play the violin

EARTHBOUND, BUT LOOKING UP
M.C. Caseley reviews Seamus Heaney

DEFLATED EGO 8
Philip Terry on Philip Terry

HEARING VOICES
David Hart reviews new translations

TRANSPORTED, OVERWHELMED
& PARADIDDLED
new poetry reviewed

QUIET SUBVERSIONS
Robert Sheppard's The Given

THE PARALYTIC CHILD
by Paul Stubbs

ARGUING WITH THE SCIENCE LOBBY
David Kennedy reviews Dove Release

HE KNOWS HOW TO ELBOW HIS WAY
INTO ETERNITY'S REFRIGERATOR
does John Greiner

A TRIP FROM HERE TO THERE
Brion Gysin: Dream Machine

THUNDER & CONVERSATIONS DISAPPEAR
in David Lawrence's poems

JAMES McLAUGHLIN'S TREE
always nearly

FAB FABBRO
David Kennedy reviews Adrian Clarke

DEFLATED EGO 7
David Briggs on David Briggs

ANNOTATED NOTES FROM ABROAD
David Toop's Sinister Resonance

SPARSE SOUL
Damian Furniss and Jim Goar

SPLIT LOYALTIES
Rob Young's Electric Eden and
Brandon Labelle's Acoustic Territories

POEMS FOR GRAVE DIGGERS
Tim Peeler is betting on the monkey man

ARLENE ANG, JUDY KENDALL
& LINDA FRANCE
reviewed by Howard Giskin

CRAWL TO THE MAILBOX
John Cash, Dylan & Rimbaud
in new poems by R.L. Greenfield

A KIND OF CONFUSION,
A KIND OF REVIEW
David Grubb's The Fire Child

HURRAH, ARSE-HORNS,
LONG LIVE PERE UBU!
David Kennedy on Alfred Jarry

BURSTING THE BOX
Reginald Dwayne Betts' new book

MIXED REACTIONS
Paul Sutton on David Kennedy

DICTIONARY OF DRIFT
Exploring Restless Cities

WRITING THE LOVED WORLD
new books by Chase Twitchell,
Darragh Breen and Doris Jareva
PAUL SUTTON IS THE REAL THING
says Martin Stannard

GOOD STUFF
Jack Underwood's Faber New Poets 4

FISHING FOR BEGINNERS
new books by James Bell,
Rhys Trimble and Damian Furniss

STRANGE AND BEAUTIFUL
new books by Peter Finch,
Michael Haslam and Scott Thurston

SOME UNCUT PAGES
An Unofficial Roy Fisher

THE 'CONSCIENCE-RIDDEN' TRADITION
OF BRITISH SOCIALISM
Prakash Kona on Alan Morrison

TREES HAVE SUFFERED FOR THIS
new Acumen and Faber pamphlets

CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD MIND
A.C. Evans on an alien art work

THE POWER OF HAVING FUN
an interview with Steve Spence

START A FIRE AT THE EDGE OF DARKNESS
new poems by Ian Seed

POWER PLAYS IN THE LIFE WORLD
Cyberliberties and Controlled Vocabularies

SO MANY UNSAIDS
an interview with Paul Sutton

AMERICAN IMMORTALS
David Kennedy on Burroughs & Cage

FARM BOY
Todd Boss' Yellowrocket

MAGIC IS PESSIMISIM
TAKEN TO ITS LOGICAL CONCLUSION
New poems from Nathan Thompson

EROTIC POEMS
Ira Lightman on e.e. cummings

CAUSES FOR CELEBRATION
Four Zimbabwean Poets & Grace Nichols

BARKING AT THE SHAPE OF AIR
Ian Seed and prose-poem possibilities

THE METAPHORICAL PIRATE
Nathan Thompson on Steve Spence

CONVERSATIONAL TONES
Louise Gluck's Village Life

CATCHING THE CROSSLIGHT
Peter Gillies on Edward Hopper

ON CLASSIFICATION
On Alasdair Paterson

UNCAGED SEA
Scott Thurston on John Goodby

MADNESS IN HIS METHOD
David Briggs' new collection

UNORIGINALITY & SIMON ARMITAGE
Paul Sutton is Seeing Stars

GRIM MEMBRANES
Robert Fontella is With Deer

LOOPY LUPIN & TALITY TALES
from Duncan Gillies MacLaurin

CH-CH-CHANGES?
Lorca, Neruda & Tsvetayeva

APATHY FULL STOP
Nick Kent, Barry Miles and Identity Parade
fail to interest. Bob Hicok does

DOES YOUR ENGLISH LET YOU DOWN?
let Steve Spence help

OUTSIDE THE PORTHOLE INVISIBLE GLISTENS
Jane Holland's Adventure Sky

LARGE PATCHES OF SILENCE
new poems by John McKernan

HERE IS YOUR WORDLIST FOR THE WEEK
good luck from Nicholas Liu

RABBITS ON THE WHOLE
ARE RELUCTANT TO READ POETRY
writes Joanne Merriam

INFINITE DIFFERENCES
two new anthologies of women's writing

THE BAT GOD
David Chorlton is waiting for the sphinx moth

METAPHYSICAL BANANA PEELS
Robert Fontella on Boris Yankelevich

TROUBLES SWAPPED FOR SOMETHING FRESH
a review and unreview by Phil Brown

APPARENTLY...
Helen Ivory and Matthew Caley

THE ADVENTURE OF TAKING SILLY CHANCES
new poems by David Lawrence

TO THE LIGHTHOUSE
Ben Wilkinson on new pamphlets

DETAILED APPREHENSION
Meredith Miller takes a blue pencil
to Brandi Homan

THEIR SHINE ALMOST CIRCLES
new poems by Simon Perchik

HISTORY AS KNOWLEDGE
George Szirtes' Hungary

FINE WINE!
drunk on Elizabeth Bletsoe

REMEMBERING & INTERPRETING
Frances Presley's Lines of Sight

CONFUSION IS NOT A CRIME
Catherine Walsh's Optic Verve

PHOTOGRAPHS & FRISBEES
Jane Routh makes Inroads

INTOXICATED
Steve Spence on Elisabeth Bletsoe

THE TOIL OF EROSION
Peter Larkin gets to the root of it

NOTHING LIKE LOVE
James McLaughlin 4 Jenny Joseph

THERE'S SOMETHING IN THERE?
John Mingay reviews five new titles

I STAY INDOORS AND LEARN WORDS
new poems by Martin Stannard

A YOUNG WOMAN'S WORLD
smouldering relationships & pubic shaving

CULTURAL GROUPINGS
New Turkish and Moroccan poetry

GOING BIG
Joanne Fulman's Pageant

CURSE YOUR BRANCHES
David Bazan's new way of thinking

THE ROOM MUST BE FILLED
Philip Roth, Jeremy Reed & Myung Mi Kim

ANTICIPATION CROWDS THE CACTUS CAKE
Jake O'Leary's Language of Excess

ARCANA AND OTHER POEMS
James McLaughlin is transported

ON AND ON AND ON
Molly Peacock's The Second Blush

ACROSS THE PURPLE HEATHER
Peter Gillies on Thomas A Clark

YOU AS ONLY I KNOW
a poem sequence by John Mingay

MAKING WAVES
Nathan Thompson is in Poemland

A BIG BIT OF BREAD
& PLENTY OF CHEESE
Philip Terry on Jeremy Over

THREE SEA-WINDS
AND ONE TATTERED COAT
new titles reviewed by John Mingay

MORE THAN FOURTEEN LINES
Camille Martin's Sonnets

GOD OF HIS OWN IMAGINATION
David Briggs' Fool

VISTAS AND TWISTED EXPLANATIONS
James MacLaughlin's Odes

DAVID NASH IS NOT YOUR FRIEND
But he might be your cousin

HOMONYMS MADE PALPABLE AGAIN
Sheila E Murphy's Vespers
WHERE IT'S AT
Recent art and music books

WHERE DEEPS OF FEELING ARE
John McKeown's Sea of Leaves

EARS FINDING THE SHIFT
New freedoms, new translations

SCATTERING DUST IS GOOD PRACTICE
Camille Martin's double sonnets

THE EDITOR'S PICKS 2009

UNNATURAL EVOLUTION
Tony Lopez's Darwin

A CONTINENT APPEARS
Mary Michaels' Tide
A CENTURY OF POETRY REVIEW
Jane Holland catches her breath

SHE DREAMED; HIS WORLD SHIFTED
Carolyn Hart's Aurora
ANDY WARHOL IS NOT YOUR FRIEND
But he might be your cousin

SEARCHING FOR TROLLS
The Dark Monarch and The Psychick Bible

PENGUINS IN PERIWIGS
and other new poems by K.J. Hannah Greenberg

ONE WORLD OR ANOTHER
Peter Dent's interlocking planes

DECEIVING WILD CREATURES
Steve Spence on Jeremy Over

ARE WE NOT DRAWN...
On the beach with Peter Philpott

IT IS THE SAME VOICE IN THE MOUTH
Ian Seed repeats the procedure

THE DOOR OF TALDIR
Bill Sherman on Paul Evans

MISTS & FLAMES
Abi Curtis' Unexpected Weather

THE SWEEP AND TUG OF LANGUAGE
Alan Halsey's Term as in Aftermath

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