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Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry
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24 Publications
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  • ‘[A] poet must know more than | a surface suggests’: Reading and Secrecy in the Poetry of Anna Mendelssohn

    Sparrow, Vicky (2018)
    In stating that a ‘poet must know | more than a surface suggests’ (Propaganda multi-billion bun), Anna Mendelssohn ascribes to the poet a kind of secret knowledge of that which resides beyond the apparent meaning of a poem, beneath its textual surface or skin. This article considers how far a reader of Mendelssohn’s poetry can be invited to share in this knowledge – on what grounds and at what risk. Mendelssohn’s construction of such hidden poetic knowledge is also considered in the light of ...

    Following John Wilkinson

    Joe Luna (2015)
    This article reads closely John Wilkinson’s essay ‘Following the Poem’ (2007) alongside some of Wilkinson’s poetry from the 1980s and 1990s. Using the work of Donald Winnicott as a touchstone, the article critically evaluates the claims made in Wilkinson’s essay about fullness and intersubjectivity against some of his poetry’s expressions of fragmentation and dismemberment. The article concludes with some reflections on Wilkinson’s quotation of Shelley’s 'Prometheus Unbound in Proud Flesh' (1...

    Secret Poetry: Fifth Northumbria Poetry Symposium, 2016

    Spittle, David (2016)
    A Conference Report, submitted after attending the 'Secret Poetry: Fifth Northumbria Poetry Symposium 2016'.

    Book Reviews: Poetic Artifice, Levity of Design and On Violence in the Work of J.H. Prynne

    Gardner, Calum; Jeschke, Lisa (2017)
    Book reviews of the following academic titles: 'Poetic Artifice: A Theory of Twentieth-Century Poetry' by Veronica Forrest-Thomson and Gareth Farmer (ed.), Bristol: Shearsman, 240 pp., 2016. Review by Calum Gardner. 'Levity of Design: Man and Modernity in the Poetry of J. H. Prynne' by Wit Píetrzak, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 162 pp., 2012. Review by Lisa Jeschke. 'On Violence in the Work of J. H. Prynne 'by Matthew Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publis...
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