My poem 'Home from Greece' was published on The London Magazine's website on 23 May. 'Chevening', from my sequence of the same name, is forthcoming
in the magazine's Aug/Sept issue.
The poem 'The Big Guns' from my 'East of Ipswich' sequence is forthcoming in The Spectator. Four poems from the
sequence ('In God's Prevenient Grace', 'Elysium', 'Tournai' and 'Wilf') were published in Ambit 221, Summer 2015.
My poem 'Scotland 12 Ireland 8' was published in Oxford Poetry XVI.i, Winter 2015/16.
'Matilda Tennyson Recalls
Encountering Arthur Hallam's Ghost' was published in the November 2015 issue of the Tennyson Research Bulletin, and
'The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders' in The Next Review Vol. 3, No. 4, Feb/March 2016.
My review of Andrew McMillan's Physical appeared in the TLS, No. 5880, December 11 2015. My review of
Philip Gross's Love Songs of Carbon is forthcoming in the same newspaper.
My review of AWOL by John Fuller and
Andrew Wynn Owen appeared in The Next Review, Vol. 3, No. 4, February/March 2016. My review of Jamie McKendrick's
Selected Poems is forthcoming in the same magazine.
Mick Imlah: Selected
A profile I wrote of James Brookes for Wild Court is
online here; my report on Wild Court's launch event is online at Booksmoke here. My review of Bernard
O'Donoghue's Seasons of Cullen Church is forthcoming on the Wild Court website. Finally, my Ambit review of
Andrew Motion's Peace Talks is online here.
, edited by me and André Naffis-Sahely and published by Peter Lang, was launched on 22 September at University
The volume has thus far been reviewed by the Times Literary Supplement (No. 5890, February 19
2016), the Scottish Review of Books, Ambit, by Bernard O'Donoghue in Oxford Poetry (XV.III, Summer 2015), by Seamus Perry in
the Tennyson Research Bulletin (Vol. 10, No. 4, November 2015), and The Next Review (Vol. 3, No. 1).
A piece André and I wrote about Imlah and the book is up on the Faber & Faber
website, and extracts of the book are available on the Scottish Poetry Library
A podcast of me discussing the book with The Next Review's editor, Patrick Davidson Roberts, is available
here. The Selected Prose was LRB Bookshop Book of the Day on 2 October.