There are a good crop of articles in this issue. Ann Skea writes about Ted Hughes and Crow, and also reviews Lyndall Gordon's biography of T.S.Eliot which is now revised in one volume. Douglas Barbour writes about new books of Canadian poetry in which I am particularly interested in the Michael Ondaatje and the Lisa Robertson. William Oxley writes about the noteworthy Senegalese poet Leopold Senghor whom he has translated. David Kennedy has a thought-provoking article on aspects of masculinity in contemporary British poetry which encourages male writers to take a fresh look at their own work.
The distinguished Israeli writer Elisha Porat has contributed a short story.
There are poems from Jesse Glass, John Horvath Jr, David Kennedy, Sheila E.Murphy, and Elisha Porat. I have, as usual, appended my summary of British and Irish URLs.
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