Lynx: Poetry from Bath:9
Issue 9, Christmas 1998
Editorial: Douglas Clark
This is 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. A section of poems is added. Few poems
will be published and it is intended to maintain the highest quality.
What this magazine is really about is articles and writers are invited to
submit 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 in the broadest sense.
Submissions or comments should be sent to
This is very much a Christmas poems issue. There are extracts from Alice
Notley's `The Descent of Alette' together with an accompanying essay by
Fred Beake. There are also poems by Douglas Oliver, Peter Robinson,
Jennifer Ley, Fred Beake, Janet Buck, Bill Burns, John Horvath Jr.,
Carolyn van Langenberg, Michael Rothenberg.
In the articles David Taub discusses being a columnist who straddles
the Atlantic, Janet Buck talks about disability, Jennifer Ley has fun
with her cats, and I have a couple of pieces talking about things,
particularly books, that have caught my eye.
I have, as usual, appended my summary of British and Irish URLs.
Details of contributors and access to all their work in the
magazine is provided in the
`Lynx: Poetry from Bath' was selected for
Suite 101 by Jaimes Alsop of
The Alsop Review,
Consulting Editor (Poetry).
© Copyright belongs to the contributors.
- Alice Notley: from `The Descent of Alette'
- Douglas Oliver: Three poems
- Peter Robinson: LEAVINGS
- Jennifer Ley: Three poems
- Fred Beake: from POEMS 1997/98
- Bill Burns: Five poems
- Janet Buck: Three poems
- John Horvath Jr.: Two poems
- Carolyn van Langenberg: The sandals
- Michael Rothenberg: STRIPTEASE D'ORSAY 1
- Fred Beake: A NOTE ON ALICE NOTLEY'S THE DESCENT OF ALETTE
- Douglas Clark: Catching up on Books -- 1
- Jennifer Ley: R.andom C.at G.enerated P.oetry
- David Taub: The Many Worlds of Poetry
- Janet Buck: Another Lecture Bites the Dust
- Douglas Clark: Waffle -- 5
- Douglas Clark: British and Irish Poetry Sites
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