Each year our Pavilion Poetry students assist with the publishing of our new collections, dedicating their time to an individual poet. In this interview, Melissa Thomas talks with author Emily Hasler about her new collection, Local Interest (Pavilion Poetry, 2023). What inspired your new collection Local Interest? The title comes from those sections of libraries, which I’ve … Continue reading
‘A unique insight into the history of British literary criticism’, Writers and Their Work now available as a digital collection
Our new Writers and Their Work: The Digital Collection is not only a wonderful resource for students and researchers interested in the more than 400 authors featured in the series, it also provides a unique insight into the history of British literary criticism over the past seventy years. The history of the series The first … Continue reading
The Byron Journal celebrates 50th Anniversary Milestone
The Byron Journal has reached an impressive milestone this month with the publication of its 50th issue. To celebrate, we're sharing a selection of Free to Read articles for the month alongside books about the poet. Take a look via the LUP blog:
Pavilion Author Q&A: Sarah Westcott
For the latest interview in the series, we chatted to Sarah Westcott, author of Slant Light (2016) and Bloom (2020) to discuss her two collections and her feelings about poetry and nature more widely, examining the discourse between the two which flows throughout her work.
T. S. Eliot Studies Annual: Frances Dickey in conversation with Jahan Ramazani
Volume 4 of the T. S. Eliot Studies Annual celebrates the centenary of The Waste Land, with free to read articles and an exclusive Q&A with our contributor, Jahan Ramazani.