Poetry London is a leading international poetry magazine where acclaimed contemporary poets share pages with exciting new names. Published three times a year in March, June and October, each issue contains new poetry, incisive reviews and features, and a unique listings guide to a wide range of poetry events and resources in London and throughout the UK. Poetry London holds an annual poetry competition and launches each issue with readings from distinguished poet contributors to the magazine.
In our Spring 2013 issue, Don Paterson talks poetics with Ahren Warner
plus new poems from Ian Duhig, Henry Shukman, Pascale Petit, Sean O’Brien, Patrick Brandon, David Wheatley, Christina Dunhill, Robin Robertson, Luis Rosales, Susan Wicks, Michael Symmons Roberts, Dannie Abse, Tamar Yoseloff and David Morley
plus new voices Helen Mort, Fiona Benson, Richard Scott, Rebecca Perry, Matthew Gregory and Maya C Popa
plus reviews of new collections by Sean Borodale, Julia Copus, Jorie Graham and Sharon Olds (all shortlisted for the T S Eliot prize), Luke Kennard on Samuel Beckett,
reviews of poetry in translation including Ingeborg Bachmann and first collections from Sam Riviere, Jacob Sam-La Rose and others.
Announcing our 2013 Poetry London Competition, judged by Pascale Petit, plus comprehensive listings of readings, courses, festivals, etc.
Poetry London Summer 2013 - Issue Launch
Issue 75 will launch on Friday 31st May 2013 with readings from Ruth Padel, Kathryn Maris, David Wheatley and Richard O'Brien. Join us at Foyles, Charing Cross Road at 6.30pm. Tickets on the door £4/£3. Free wine. Find out more.
Poetry London Competition 2013: Deadline Passed
The deadline for entry to the Poetry London Competition 2013 has now passed. Winners will be notified by 1 July 2013; the first, second and third prizewinners will be published in the Autumn 2013 issue of Poetry London and on the magazine’s website. The prizes will be awarded at our Autumn launch reading in London.
Poetry London is pleased to announce that Ahren Warner has been appointed as Poetry Editor. Find out more.
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