Faber New Poets 7

Faber New Poets Funded by Arts Council England Faber New Poets aims to identify and support emerging talents at an early stage in their careers Through a programme of mentorship bursary and pamphlet publication th

  • Title: Faber New Poets 7
  • Author: Sam Riviere
  • ISBN: 9780571250011
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback
  • Funded by Arts Council England, Faber New Poets aims to identify and support emerging talents at an early stage in their careers Through a programme of mentorship, bursary and pamphlet publication, the scheme offers four poets a year the time, guidance and encouragement they require to help in the development of their work in the longer term In 2010, the awarded poets arFunded by Arts Council England, Faber New Poets aims to identify and support emerging talents at an early stage in their careers Through a programme of mentorship, bursary and pamphlet publication, the scheme offers four poets a year the time, guidance and encouragement they require to help in the development of their work in the longer term In 2010, the awarded poets are Joe Dunthorne, Annie Katchinska, Sam Riviere and Tom Warner.

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    1. he brightness of the pink cover is inviting/appealingthe poem i like best is“Poems” When he met her it was as if he could seehis poems moving around below her skinlike fish in an aquarium. To attract themhe tapped the glass of the tank –some were pretty big fish. They loomedclose, shadowing her face like a birthmark.He saw their luminous scales, the frillsof their fins, their mouths, fat and defenceless,without natural predators, beggingto be caught, mounted and nailed to the wall.i like t [...]

    2. Although I thought the poems were thought-provoking, often amusing and certainly very intelligently written, with one particularly outstanding piece, 'Myself Included' I also found them (as I do much modern poetry) lacking in metrical and formal impact. I do like a bit of form, and I'm intrigued by what occurs in terms of creative results when writers work within formal constraints; there is an exciting tension between freedom and restraint (or am I getting confused with Fifty Shades of Grey?) w [...]

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