For the latest interview in the series, we chatted to Janette Ayachi, author of Hand Over Mouth Music (2019) to discuss her collection and the disruptive pleasures of writing which flow throughout her work.
Spotlight on Verse, Music and Lyrics: Free to read journal articles and 30% off selected books
Enjoy free access to a selection of articles from across our journals and 30% off selected print and e-Books; order before 30th September 2022 using code VERSE30 at the checkout to take advantage of this offer (30% deducted at checkout. Duties and customs taxes charged by the courier may apply when ordering a print book within the EU).
Pavilion Author Q&A: Martha Sprackland
For the latest interview in the series, we chatted to Martha Sprackland, author of Citadel (2020) to discuss her collection, collective anxiety, psychedelic experiences and visual art, examining how these interplay within her recent writing.
Meet the Editors of The T. S. Eliot Studies Annual
Meet the Editors of The T. S. Eliot Studies Annual, Julia E. Daniel and Frances Dickey, and get a preview of what’s to come in future issues in the first of a series of videos that will see Julia and Frances chatting with contributors across each volume of the Annual.
Some Bright Eternity: Shelley at 200
‘Shelley, the writer of some infidel poetry, has been drowned: now he knows whether there is a God or no’. So wrote a Tory reviewer after Shelley’s premature death. Cruel as the remark is, the reviewer accidentally lights upon the questions that had preoccupied the poet throughout his short life: is there a God and is there life after death? Madeleine Callaghan discusses this as a crucial facet of her new book, Eternity in British Romantic Poetry for the bicentenary of Percy Bysshe Shelley's death.