Douglas Barbour supplies two massive articles. Firstly he has more thoughts on Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath. Then he discusses the lyric I, which is a subject that always interests me in view of Olson. David Latané talks around the South African, Peter Horn's, very good new book of poems. And I reminisce on Bob Dylan in view of the imminent CD release of the 1966 concert known incorrectly as the Royal Albert Hall.
There are three poems from Douglas Barbour. In this issue sequences of poems are featured and we have them from Alison Croggon, Coral Hull, Fred Beake, William Oxley and myself. I have, as usual, appended my summary of British and Irish URLs.
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`Lynx: Poetry from Bath' was selected for Suite 101 by Jaimes Alsop of The Alsop Review, Consulting Editor (Poetry).
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