The Poetry Review, published quarterly by The Poetry Society, is home to the world’s best contemporary poetry and writing about poetry. Since first publication in 1912, it has featured new poems, essays and reviews by internationally renowned and emerging poets, both Nobel Prize winners and newcomers. Famous contributors include T.S. Eliot, Allen Ginsberg, Derek Walcott, Philip Larkin, Seamus Heaney, Carol Ann Duffy, Jackie Kay and Alice Oswald.
• First-time publication: Oxford Professor of Poetry Simon Armitage’s lecture on A.R. Ammons, Housman and Hardy.
• New poems by Fleur Adcock, Amy Crutchfield, Will Harris, Jodie Hollander, Fawzia Muradali Kane, Vandana Khanna, Fred Melnyczuk, Rainie Oet, Frank Ormsby, Pascale Petit, Chris Rice, Sam Riviere, Ralf Webb and Ruth Wiggins.
• Translations from Hungarian, Korean, Portuguese and Chinese (Baek Eun-Seon translated by Jae Kim; Kinga Fabó by Andrew Fentham; Luís Quintais by Lesley Saunders; and Duo Yu by Fiona Sze-Lorrain).
• Alison Brackenbury on poems and puddings, and Dai George on poetry in school.
• Reviews of Leonard Cohen’s last poems and writings in The Flame, and collections by Tracy K. Smith, August Kleinzahler, Ellen Hinsey, J.O. Morgan, Tishani Doshi, Andrew McMillan, Eve L. Ewing, Raymond Antrobus and Fiona Moore.