Magma 48 is full of beautiful poems and deliberately not-so-beautiful poems. There are new poems by Eavan Boland, Polly Clark, Philip Gross, Jen Hadfield, Jacob Polley, Clare Pollard and Karen Solie and the usual cornucopia of Magma poets from well-known poets to two who are published for the first time, plus all five of the 2010 Gregory Award winners. And as for writing about poetry, the print edition has Eavan Boland, Karen Solie, Laurie Smith and ten well-known poets giving their favourite beautiful poem, not to mention reviews of twelve new collections. See below for a taste. It’s easy to from our website.
|Magma 48 - Features
||A taste of what is inside Magma 48. Articles ‘A poem that pulsates’: Ten poets choose a poem they find beautiful and say why. Read the amazing range of choices by Polly Clark, Julia Copus, Martyn Crucefix, Maureen Duffy, Philip…
|‘It was beautiful’
||Laurie Smith asks: where are today’s beautiful poems? For this issue of Magma we asked people to send us poems on the theme ‘it was beautiful’ because we wondered if it was still possible to write poems about experiences, people,…
|Encountering Frank O’Hara
||Karen Solie writes about a major inspiration I was working toward my undergraduate degree in English at the University of Lethbridge when I first read Frank O’Hara. Lethbridge is a small city in southern Alberta. When I lived there 20…