i like to read but little else
eww i read some centrist art by mistake
After reading my new favourite novel, The Angry Brigade by Alan Burns, I immediately leapt to one of the twoContinue Reading
unexpectedly, one of the best books i’ve ever read
some notes on a book of notes about lighthouses
great short stories
anarchism is hope
strongest lockdown lit i’ve (yet) to encounter
1967 and old men are walking in winter
some contemporary ethiopian magical realism
dying and grieving
a gorgeous book
redacted text from septy ’17
~800 plot-driven sonnets, anyone???
intellectual poems that don’t become impersonal
broken sleep’s second annual anthology
objectively brilliant, yes, but not not not so good for me?
“People eat what they can. They love what can love them back.”
i read some poems on the backlot throat goat
the FIRST TriumphOfTheNow.com DM interview!!!
Today we’re (I’m) looking at another poetry magazine. I’m not quite sure if this one is a magazine or ifContinue Reading
is “art writing” poetry? / is “poetry” art writing?
incredibly good popular poetry from Beyoncé’s collaborator
powerful, direct, dignified poems
poetry cannot exist outside of the world
excellent poetry & performance piece
some old vids of *your* favourite mentally ill poet-blogger
some great love poetry surrounded by trepidatious discussion of someone else’s illness
a fun zine i picked up in the extreme north (Liverpool)
some excellent poetry
realising i read poetry looking for poets, not poems
latest chapbook from one of my favourite writers
a partial reading from 4/5 years ago, previously unpublished
you been doing all this dope [blogging] / You ain’t had a chance to show ’em what time it is
a masterpiece of contemporary sonnetteering
the Earth itself is a revolutionary anti-capitalist (funny poems)
an excellent anthology from friend of the blog broken sleep books
potentially significant if unexciting 18th century ballad
a gorgeous chapbook kicks off POETRY MONTH
before a month of all new all poetry reviews, check out a selection from the TotN vaults!
exclusive look at a new poetry film by scott manley hadley!
excerpts from a BS Johnson interview
uninspiring 1940s travel writing
a novella as boring as my life rn then a novella that’s good
reading more of John Gardner’s James Bond so you don’t have to
are superheroes for superzeroes?
i continue having a terrible time
a pre-release post on a novella about Russian conscripts
excellent 1990s spec fic from Taiwan
mostly fun book on peeing in art with a very off-colour digression
palm oil as microcosm of the mess that is capitalism