Sunday, 16 December 2012

Highly Recommended this Week:

Highly recommended 

this week includes:

Highly Recommended is a list of articles, reviews or pages, normally one per day, which our friends recommend.  We have some very brilliant friends - and consequentially, some brilliant links this week.

You may have to cut and paste the links to go to them… our blog skills are not as great as the links.

The Letters of Samuel Beckett is the first comprehensive edition of the letters of Irish-born writer Samuel Beckett (1906-1989), providing access to primary sources now scattered in archives and private collections world-wide. Through The Letters, students, scholars, critics and theatre artists can...
Page: 238 like this.

Tuesday:  VALERIE SIRR interviews MARY MORRISSY - with some great insights and comments from Mary.

Wednesday:  Djelloul Marbrook - recommends

The British poets Sylvia Townsend Warner (1893-1978) and A.S.J. Tessimond (1902 – 1962) were marginalized in their lifetimes, but champions in Claire Harman andHubert Nicholson are restoring them to the canon…..


We thought we'd reintroduce the ideas of Roland Barthes on the death of the author, and Foucalt on the birth of the reader.   Philip Nikoyalev tells us that his 'The death of the Death of the Author' piece is coming out in the January edition of The Battersea Review.


Friday: - Friday the 14th December, 2012 - 

too devastating to post anything. 

Saturday:  - important links and information for poets. 

This is one link to keep. An up-to-date list of journals who accept poetry manuscripts:

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