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Life as It Comes by Anthony Edkins (Bradford: Redbeck Press, 2002) ISBN 0946980969 £6.95

The Soldier on the Pier by Brian Waltham (Calstock: Peterloo Poets, 2002) ISBN 1871471990 £7.95

Craeft: Poems from the Anglo-Saxon by Graham Holderness (Nottingham: Shoestring Press, 2002) ISBN 1899549676 £7.50

The Great Friend and Other Translated Poems by Peter Robinson (Tonbridge: Worple Press, 2002) ISBN 095394774 £8

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'Beauty in Usuality'

Ivor Gurney and the Twistedness of Things

Hugh Underhill

For Ivor Gurney nothing came easily. ‘The price of almost anything that one desires worthily’, he wrote from France in 1917, ‘is only Pain … long ago I decided that to accomplish what I wish was worth a great deal of pain and was ready to undergo it’. ‘We Who Praise Poets’ suggests that the poet may expect no praise from his contemporaries, and his worth is only to be measured against the ‘great trees’ of past poetry, ‘the able and the mighty dead’: in effect, those dead are envisaged as pronouncing the verdict on his achievement.

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Hugh Underhill and Alan Baker

Noctua by Peter Bennet (Nottingham: Shoestring Press, 2004), ISBN 1-904886-03-5, £5.00

Blue on Blue by Jim Greenhalf (Bradford: Redbeck Press, 2005), ISBN 1-904338-30-5, £7.95

What Moves Moves by Paul McLoughlin (Nottingham: Shoestring Press, 2004), ISBN 1-904886-05-1, £5.00

W.S. Graham: Speaking Towards You edited by Ralph Pite and Hester Jones (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2004), ISBN 0-853235-69-4, £45.00

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Hugh Underhill, Jeremy Rowe, and Michael Murphy

Painting the Town HUGH UNDERHILL

‘Twelfth Night’ Rehearsal of a String Quartet: St. Gregory’s, once a Church JEREMY ROWE

The Fox and The Crow MICHAEL MURPHY

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Lynda Abraham, Dick McBride, Hugh Underhill, and Graham Holderness

The Gift

Snowdrops Clouds It might as well be Saturday

Riding the Trans-Australian

Scyld’s Funeral (from Beowulf) 597

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Richard Godden, Hugh Underhill, Andrew Sant, Adrian Caesar, Michael Bartholomew-Biggs, and Peter De Ville


Life Slips By A Lake’s Progress HUGH UNDERHILL


The Gift The Trespasser ADRIAN CAESAR


Surprise: St Paul’s PETER DE VILLE

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Rennie Parker, John Weston, Derrick Buttress, Sue Dymoke, Tim Thorne, K.F. Pearson, Michael Bartholomew-Biggs, and Hugh Underhill

Thirty Two Poems in the Style of Simon Armitage Personality Fuel RENNIE PARKER


The Poet of Dluga Street DERRICK BUTTRESS

The Undertaking Final Duty SUE DYMOKE

Meditation on Parliament House, Canberra TIM THORNE

An Analysis of his Portrait K.F. PEARSON


Township Historian HUGH UNDERHILL

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Catherine Byron, Adrian Caesar, Philip Callow, Barry Cole, George Dandoulakis, Angela Leighton, Clare MacDonald Shaw, John Mole, Tom Paulin, Peter Porter, Philip Ramp, Arnold Rattenbury, Maurice Rutherford, William Scammell, Matt Simpson, Mahendra Solanki, Anne Stevenson, Tim Thorne, John Tranter, Dimitris Tsaloumas, Gael Turnbull, and Hugh Underhill

St Thomas Aquinas in MacNeice’s House, September 23rd, 1957

In an Australian Garden

Red Wine and Yellow Sun

For a Cornet Player, Retired

The Altar of the Motherland (trans.: Andreas Kalvos)

Looking at Pictures

Street Flowers



The Puppy of Heaven

The Island Market

More Friggers for John: 22: Convict Tokens 1815-1840; 23: Trench Art 1914-1918

Only Connect

Self Improvement

Taking the Hexameter a Walk – a letter to John Lucas

From ‘The Riverside’

A Ballad for Apothecaries, Being a Poem to Honour the Memory of Nicholas Culpeper, Gent …

The Aisles




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