Stephen Watts and Tom Chivers
Thursday 26 March
Acclaimed poets and Toynbee tenants, Stephen Watts and Tom Chivers, will read some of their works, in celebration of
Celia Paul Prints and Small Works on Paper
12 – 21 March 2015
10 Bury Place, London, WC1A 2JL, Free entry
Ten new soft-ground etchings, characterised by an intense feeling of light and
Your fairy-tale presents
Are wasted on me.
Just send me your love
And set all the birds free.
– 'Dear True Love', From Me to You: Love
"More than once, The Men prefaces the ‘conceptual’ of the men with the ‘sensate’. I want to consider how this ‘sensate conceptual recognition [of]
Eliot + 100
A century on you're colour-coded in
brown fog and river, violet hour
(request purple) like deep-throated exhaust
The Waste Land big as Battersea Power Station remake
a sort of
London Grip serves up another excellent review of an Enitharmon title: Martha Kapos's The Likeness.
Read the review here
Enitharmon's heartiest congratulations to David Harsent, the winner of the 2015 TS Eliot Prize for Poetry for his collection Fire Songs.
We still have a few copies of Harsent's super exclusive
"The title is a line from one of my typewriter poems (most currently unpublished; an early chunk of them was published by Laura Kilbride and Rosa van Hensbergen in the first issue
"...this is the work of one of our best poets, working at the height of his powers, with an unhurried comparative sensibility, leading us just enough into his world(s) of pictures
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