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A Bloody Mess by Richard O’Brien

– Reviewed by JPL – You dust the beauty of a death as yet unnamed irregular, reveal a new age of the old. All hail the self-stained bone-girl…… [Mary Anning] While tourists flock to the Jurassic Coast, it feels right to hail Mary Anning. It is not original to remind folk of the radical interpretation of history: that it is the…

Oxford Poetry XIV.2 (Winter 2012)

-Reviewed by Claire Trévien– It’s a compliment to say that Oxford Poetry, one of the oldest poetry magazines of its kind (113 years old to be precise), does not look its age. The cover may be quietly unassuming, in a vintage picnic basket kind of way, but the list of contributors reads like a who’s…

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