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Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry
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  • Editorial to Volume 7 Number 1

    Scott Thurston; Vicky Sparrow; Gareth Farmer (2015)
    'Dedicated to the Memory of Lee Harwood (1939–2015)'

    Conference Report: ‘Race and Poetry and Poetics in the UK’, Bedford Square, London, 26–27 February 2016

    Lê, Aimée (2016)
    Conference Report: ‘Race and Poetry and Poetics in the UK’, Bedford Square, London, 26–27 February 2016.

    Book Review

    Judy Kendall (2015)
    'The Text Festivals: Language Art and Material Poetry' by Tony Lopez (ed.), University of Plymouth Press, 164 pages, 2013

    Fantasy under Duress: Connie Scozzaro’s Contrapposto Action Queen

    Edward Luker (2017)
    This article explores how Connie Scozzaro’s 'Contrapposto Action Queen (2013)' repeatedly takes up two mystifications of femininity from classical mythology, Venus and Lamia, so as to subject them to critique. It takes the images of Venus and Lamia from the writing of two poets, Charles Algernon Swinburne and John Keats. These examples are shown to be epitomes of male poetic fantasy. Within Scozzaro’s collection these fantasies are dissected, undermined, or taken apart through exaggeration, i...

    ‘A Stone Within’: Visual Poetry & Wellbeing in the work of Alec Finlay and Thomas A. Clark

    Tarbuck, Alice (2017)
    Projects: WT
    Thomas A. Clark is a poet and visual artist, born in Greenock in 1944. His work is characterized by its concentration on form, its attention to the materiality of language, and its focus on the natural world. His visually innovative poetry has been associated with a variety of movements and genres including the Concrete Poetry movement of the 1960s and, more recently, the resurgence in writing about the environment referred to as the New Nature Writing. In addition to publishing more traditio...
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