Friday, 17 December 2010

The Reader

Issue 40 of The Reader arrived the other day, containing an interview with film-maker Terence Davies, an essay on Kipling by Michael Schmidt, and poetry by the likes of Blake Morrison and Peter Robinson. I've got a couple of poems in there too.

The Readers Connect section focuses on Mark Twain's Pudd'nhead Wilson, while in the Your Recommendations feature, Sarah Coley talks about our old friend Michael Drayton's Since There's No Help. As you can imagine, it's a particular pleasure to find myself in the same publication as Polesworth's most famous son.

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