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By Barnes, David; Caddy, David; Chiotis, Theodoros; Edited by Chivers, Tom
Where can the poem go in the age of the supercomputer? What do Wordsworth, Byron and British rapper Roots Manuva have in common? Would Emily Dickinson have preferred Facebook or Twitter? Does the future look - Oulipian? Is slam poetry any good, and what is post-avant anyway?
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By Caddy, David
Inspired by Edward Thomas and his 1913 bike tour, David Caddy climbs on his bicycle and pedals into history, literature and the history of literature. But this is not just a book about books. This is a book about leading a thoughtful life. Biography, autobiography and anthropolog ...
In 2007, when Didi Menendez, of MiPO publications and miPOradio, invited me to present a monthly series of literary talks, my remit was to be personal, direct and contemporary in the manner of Alistair Cooke's Letters From America. So Here We Are: Poetic Letters from England bega ...
The Bunny Poems give us a 'localised sensation' of 20th-century rural existence. They re-connect us with the land as a deep, mirroring presence; the double-edged properties of plants; creature-sense; and the animal face each human carries. At the same time, the poems are an acute ...
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