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Poems from Acumen 77 are on the 'Guest Poem' pages. Latest poem, one only this time as it's a long one, posted 8.12.13.
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Contents of ACUMEN 77, September 2013
Poems: Danielle Hope, Sophie Clarke, Eleanor Porter, Miriam Scott, Margaret Wilmot,
Roy Davids, Nicola Warwick, Martin Johns, Patricia Griffin.
Interview with Anne-Marie Fyfe.
Poems: Karen Jane Cannon, Tim Cunningham, Rupert M. Loydell, Malcolm Povey,
Jeri Onitskansky, Simon Zonenblick.
The Implications of Feeling – Robert Griffiths.
Poems: David Perman, Shanta Acharya, Kevin Graham, Huw Lawrence, Marieluise Niehus,
Poems: Jeremy Young, Daniel Roy Connelly, Michael Jennings, Jennifer A. McGowan,
George Manuell, Fred Beake, Rik Wilkinson.
Time, Timelessness and Tyranny – Fred Beake.
Poems: Jonathan Steffen, Lotte Kramer, Anne Britting Oleson, Sue Guiney, M. V. Williams.
Poetry in Translation – Timothy Adès (Bertolt Brecht), Liang 70 Yujing (Zuo You),
Ranjit Bolt (Martial).
In Conversation with Medbh McGuckian – J.P. O’Malley.
Poems: Abin Chakraborty, Michal Henry, John Light, Linda Rose Parks, Sarah Williams,
Peter Dale, Kathleen Kummer, Neil Elder.
Reviews: Fred Beake, William Oxley, William Bedford, Edmund Prestwich, C.J.P. Smith,
Obituary: Seamus Heaney.
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