Tag Archives: Janet Sutherland

Planet Poetry launches with an in-depth interview with Pascale Petit

What’s that? The sound of virtual corks? Wish us lock as Robin Houghton and launch our podcast on an unsuspecting planet. To be honest, it feels a bit like standing on a diving board, and gazing into the cold deep … Continue reading

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Exploring Janet Sutherland’s poetry

There are perhaps only a couple-of-dozen poets I find myself returning to time and again. In the last year, however, Janet Sutherland has become one of them. I own her four collections from Shearsman Books, which are, in order of publication,  Burning … Continue reading

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Slow progress and wide heart lead

Seven items from the imaginary news desk at Kenny Towers. A nice, not to mention speedy, review of TRUTHS A Telltale Press Anthology in London Grip. If you’d like to buy a copy, simply get in touch with me through this … Continue reading

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