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A review of Lavinia Greenlaw's 'The Built Moment' (Faber and Faber, 2019)
Although a woman has previously been elected, Oswald would be the first to actually take the position if elected.
Should lyrics be given the same respect as poetry?
"Translation is not without flaws – it cannot help but alter authorial voice, although the degree to which this takes place is certainly not consistent."
Kate Haselden considers how the publication of Florence Welch's first book proves her affinity for beauty, and talent as an artist, extends beyond music into poetry
The brilliant simplicity of the Chilean poet is his greatest strength
Michael Longley’s Forward Prize short-listed collection is elegant and timeless, writes Barney Pite
One combative poem has a lot to reveal about the place of artists under Soviet rule, Charlie Baker writes
Mount Eerie's 'A Crow Looked at Me' may seem like an abstract experiment, but with its personal context it is deeply affecting
Maxim Parr-Reid and James Lamming debate the vices and virtues of Oxford’s most amatory Facebook page