The magazine is also known to be on the lookout for the new and unknown of all ages - in the search for fresh talent and quality work. Published three times a year (January, May and September) in A5 perfect bound, with at least 120pp per issue, the magazine contains approximately 50 new poems (including translations), reviews, poetry comment, and reader feedback. The critical articles aim to be well written and readable which, we hope, will set the reader thinking and promote discussion within the correspondence columns of the magazine.
Issue 49 contains poetry by: Duncan Forbes, John Mole, Julia Deakin, Lotte Kramer, Joan Sheridan Smith, Paul Groves, Christopher Hampton, Michael Newman, Keith McFarlane, Peter Oswald, Derek Stanford, Julie Whitby, Mark Leech, Adam Horovitz.
Articles on Charles Baudelaire, the Greatest Grande Horizontal of them all - Geoffrey Godbert.
The Sound of Poetry: the non-arbitrariness of sound in poems - Tim Love
Featuring READER'S CORNER: a poet's favourite books, poems and poets