— or, Stroking Her Feet to Opus 131. A new poem.

The war poet Leslie Coulson has been undeservedly forgotten

A new poem

The anthology Hwaet! proves poetry is alive and thriving at the Ledbury Poetry Festival

New poetry by Amy Barone

Clive James’s verse commentary on Proust is not a work of criticism, but of deep and eloquent appreciation

A new translation of three playful but deadly serious poems

Four learned saints, and the Romans’ favourite sauce

The posthumous publication of Aeneid VI is a katabasis for Heaney’s father

The new edition of Eliot’s elusive poems surprises, delights and informs