Lynx: Poetry from Bath:1
Issue 1, April 1997
Editorial: Douglas Clark
This is to be an occasional magazine with a core of critical articles on
poetry. Supplemented by a list of the poets whose work is available in this
Webspace. The pieces for this first issue have been requested from known
writers but all are invited to submit articles if they have some point to
make. This is not an academic journal and stress lies on readability.
The remit is the world of poetry. Submissions or comments should be sent to
For the first issue we have intellectual games from Tim Love, Fred Beake
resurrects two neglected poets, William Oxley ventures into philosophy,
and Mary Herrington-Perry defends Wordsworth against Marjorie Levinson.
I have added a comprehensive list of British and Irish Web poetry links
and some thoughts on British poetry.
© Copyright belongs to the contributors.
- Tim Love: A Fairy Tale
- Douglas Clark: A lifetime of poetry
- Tim Love: Sticks and Stones
- Fred Beake: The Poetry of Brian Coffey
- Mary Herrington-Perry: Tintern Abbey
- Fred Beake: The Poetry of Edward Boaden Thomas
- William Oxley: Oxley's Credo
- Douglas Clark: British and Irish Poetry Sites
Douglas Clark /Lynx: Poetry from Bath:1/
Benjamin Press, 69 Hillcrest Drive, Bath BA2 1HD, UK/