In an exclusive interview with Waterman, Cope discusses the current literary-political climate, being rude in writing, and her current sources of poetic inspiration.
As part of our Spotlight on Poetry, enjoy free access to a selection of articles from across our journals, available throughout May 2021.
Our three new collections from Pavilion Poetry are now available: bird of winter by Alice Hiller, Bloom by Sarah Westcott, and What Fire by Alice Miller! Order now and join us online on Wednesday 5th May to celebrate these titles with a free virtual event. Working with her childhood medical notes, Alice Hiller's bird of … Continue reading
On Wednesday 5th May we will launch our latest Pavilion Poetry titles: bird of winter by Alice Hiller, Bloom by Sarah Westcott, and What Fire by Alice Miller. Join us online with the Centre for New and International Writing at the University of Liverpool to celebrate these collections - register for the free virtual event … Continue reading
We're delighted to announce that Bhanu Kapil's How To Wash A Heart, published by Pavilion Poetry, has won the T.S. Eliot Prize 2020. Prize chair Lavinia Greenlaw said: "Our shortlist celebrated the ways in which poetry is responding to profound change, and the stylistic freedom that today’s poets have claimed. From this impressive field, we … Continue reading