Tag Archives: Heathcote Williams

DURHAM HOUSE

My Christopher Marlowe studies have led me to Durham House, a regular and illustrious hangout for the poet in the late 1580s and early 1590s. Durham House was a medieval palace gifted to Sir Walter Raleigh by Queen Elizabeth. It … Continue reading

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PORTERLOO

Porterloo is a unique book in the history of poetry in English. Irish poet Niall McDevitt has seen through the English tradition of ‘courtly poetry’ and demonstrated how a self-respecting poetry need have nothing whatsoever to do with it. The … Continue reading

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STRIKE!

STRIKE! magazine is one of the more exciting new magazines in the country. For sheer commitment, raw edge, and attitude, it stands out from the vast crowd. No surprises that since its launch in late 2012 it has gone from … Continue reading

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