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Stella Halkyard – Pictures from a Library, cover • Editorial , p.1 • News and Notes , p .3

reports • Vahni Capildeo – Stillness with Trees, and Plurilocalism, p.6 • John Lucas – Anne Stevenson, 1933–2020, p.8 • Iain Bamforth – On W.G. Sebald, p.10 • Adrian May – An Englishman in Search of Robert Burns, p.12 • Lisa Kelly – Torriano Redivivus, p.14 • John Clegg – Marianne Moore Buys some Bananas, p.15 • Sam Adams – Letter from Wales, p.16 • R.F. Langley – At the Villa Fasola, Firenze, p.18

poems and features • Miles Burrows –Icelandic Journal, p.19 • Jonathan E. Hirschfeld – Against Oblivion, p.23 • Colm Tóibín – From Vinegar Hill, p.27 • Alex Wylie – Consolation, p.29 • Jason Allen-Paisant – On Blackness and Landscape, p.31 • Tara Bergin – Five Poems, p.35 • Nina Bogin – Four Poems, p.37 • Iain Bamforth – Animal Spirits IV, p.39 • Togara Muzanenhamo and Rory Waterman – Burrs, p.44 • Camille Ralphs – Three Poems, p.47 • John Robert Lee – Pilgrim Suite, p.48 • David Herman – Out of the Deep Freeze, p.50 • Sarah Wedderburn – Three Poems, p.54 • Ali Lewis – Three Poems, p.56 • Olivia Byard – Elegy for Alison, p.57 • Tony Roberts – The Enthralling Alfred Kazin, p.58 • Michael Heller – Envoi to the Self, p.61 • Madeleine Pulman-Jones– Two Poems, p.63 • Paul Mills – Two Poems, p.64 • Alexey Shelvakh – Two Poems, p.65 • Ian Brinton – Grossteste Part 2, p.66 • Daisy Fried – A Charles Baudelaire Suite, p.69

reviews • John McAuliffe – On Seamus Heaney, p.71 • Kate Arthur – The Historians, p.72 • Declan Ryan – On Sasha Dugdale, p.73 • Brian Morton– On Pablo Neruda, p.74 • Ross Cogan – On Jean-Pierre Rosnay, p.74 • Ian Seed – On Three Translations, p.76 • Kevin Gardner – On Robert Selby and Michael Vince, p.77 • Aoife Lyall – On Leeanne Quinn and Rachael Allen, p.78

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