PLEASE NOTE: From 1st of July 2021, shipments from the UK to EU countries will be subject to Value Added Tax (VAT) charges. Orders placed through this website are shipped Delivery Duties Unpaid (DDU) and customers in the EU may have to pay import VAT (and customs duties, if payable) and a handling fee in the receiving country.

Agenda - Hoofmarks

Agenda - Hoofmarks

9780902400955
Regular price
£9.00
Sale price
£9.00
Regular price
Sold out
Unit price
per 


Vol. 45 No. 3

Editorial

Introduction


Poems: Hoofmarks

Andrew McNeillie: The Far Moss

Christopher Locke: Red Horse

Lyn Moir: Gansu Flying Horse 1 and 2

Thomas O’Grady: Magritte

Angela France: Empty Horses

Alison Brackenbury: Exmoor

                                   Laminitis

                                   John Wesley’s Horse

Fred Beake: The Stable

Fawzia Kane: Carnevale

Joseph Allen: Black Horses

Wendy Holborow: Dead Horses

John Freeman: Being Read

Kathy Miles: Travelling Fair

Abby Millager: I don’t know who took the photo

David Cooke: Work Horses

                        Krupskaya

Lucinda Carey: Out of Bracken

Katherine Dimma: More True

Felix Dennis: I Bit the Hand that Fed Me

 

Three essays/reviews:

Josephine Balmer: It Happens Once For Ever:

                               Seamus Heaney, Robert Henryson, Derek Mahon,

                               Derek Walcott, Aidan Andrew

 David Cooke: The City is a Map of the City:  Cíaron Carson

W S Milne: Fleur Adcock’s Classicism

 

Poems:

Alyson Hallett: Clarke’s Shoe Factory

                                       Dream Doctor

John F. Deane: Dusk                      

                         Shelf-Life

                         John Clare’s Bedlam

Tim Liardet: from The Storm House: 14,23,24,26                         

Andrew McNeillie:  Lead Kindly Light

                                 Elegy

                                 Wallflower

James Simpson: from An Untenanted Room: I, VI, IX, XII

David Cooke: At Varyinko

                        Shadow-Boxing

Gary Allen: The Boxer

                    Gypsy Ballads

Christine McNeill: Crossword

Jean O’Brien: The Blue Bobbin

Julie-ann Rowell: Lightning

                             Jet-Lag

Fiona Sampson: Angels of the Coffee Shop

Belinda Cooke: Salt Water

Sue Roe: Piano d’Enfant

                Psyche

June Hall: Weeping Woman

Felix Dennis: My Generation

                      The Big ‘A’

Tony Roberts: Drawndark

                        Houses at Naples, 1782

Jose Luis Borges:  1964 translated by Terese Coe

John Gladwell: No Cure Yet

Rosie Shepperd: I want to think you’ll make a neat job of confiscating my heart

 

Reviews:

Patricia McCarthy: A Little Big Book: Tim Liardet’s Priest Skear

David Cooke: All that Absence Signifies: Ian Parks’ The Landing Stage

Alex Smith:  Of  Form and Narrative: Eiléan Ni Chuillenáin, Fiona Sampson,

                     Jo Shapcott, Linda Saunders, Linda France

 

Chosen young Broadsheet Poet: Helen Mort: four poems

 

Hoofmarks: Two young poets

Rachel Faulkner: The Farrier

                            Colic

Gavin Goodwin: Winter Horses

 

Young essayist/poet:

Loveday Why on the Haiku

 

Notes for Broadsheet Poets

Fiona Sampson: The Loneliness of the Autodidact