Tim Love contributes an intellectual piece on `Allusions' and also the story of his dealings with UK literary editors. William Oxley exploring a Greek myth detects the presence of prose amongst the poetry of recent times. Ann Skea follows up Fred Beake's article on Sylvia Plath in the previous issue. I wax egotistical with an edited version of my contributions to the British-poets mailing list debate on `Performance and Prosody'. [This mailing list may be found at the bottom of my URL summary.]
There are poems from David Hunter Sutherland, Fred Beake, Doug Tanoury, Keston Sutherland and Tim Love. I have, as usual, appended my summary of British and Irish URLs.
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