Autumn 1996, No. 25
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Poems by Raymond Antrobus, Rachael Boast, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Vicki Feaver, Michael Longley.
Essay: The Changing Mountain: Stephen Sexton on the mutable parameters of elegy
A Taste, a Touch, a Want.
Interview Victoria Adukwei Bulley speaks to Natalie Diaz.
Plus Reviews of Matthew Caley, Mimi Khalvati, Will Harris, Nisha Ramayya and Peter Gizzi.