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"Announcing Jacket 20 -- Focus: Cambridge UK"

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John Tranter <[log in to unmask]>

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Poetryetc provides a venue for a dialogue relating to poetry and poetics <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 11 Feb 2003 09:10:28 +1100

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Announcing Jacket 20 - December 2002  (...late again!...)

        http://jacketmagazine.com/20/

* * * * *  Focus:  C A M B R I D G E ,  England  * * * * *

Over a hundred contributions, adding up to over 400 printed pages of
           literary thrills from the haunt of Coleridge and Wittgenstein...

* Feature: Veronica Forrest-Thomson, 1947-1975:
   - Brian Kim Stefans: Veronica Forrest-Thomson and High Artifice
   - J.H. Prynne: Veronica Forrest-Thomson: A Personal Memoir (1976)
   - Veronica Forrest-Thomson: five poems
   - Veronica Forrest-Thomson: Swinburne as Poet: a reconsideration
                (an unpublished essay)
   - (plus Swinburne Chronology - 1837 to 1909)
   - Veronica Forrest-Thomson: A letter to G.S. Fraser
   - George Fraser: poem: A Napkin
      with Veronica's Face, not Christ's
   - Jim Keery: 'Jacob's Ladder' and the Levels of Artifice:
                Veronica Forrest-Thomson on J.H. Prynne -
                a fifty-page analysis of VF-T's analysis
                of J.H. Prynne's poem 'Of Sanguine Fire'
   - Peter Robinson reviews Veronica Forrest-Thomson:
                 On the Periphery (1976.)
   - Robert Sheppard: poem: Parody and Pastoral
   - Suzanne Raitt reviews Alison Mark,
                Veronica Forrest-Thomson and Language Poetry
   - John Tranter: poem: Address to the Reader

* The Aspidistra Cult: Articles and Reviews:
   - Andrew Duncan: A Various Art and the Cambridge Leisure Centre
   - Andrew Duncan reviews Trevor Joyce, a body of work 1966-2000
   - Andrew Duncan reviews
      Paul Holman, Helen Macdonald, and DS Marriott
   - Paddy Fraser: G.S. Fraser, A Memoir...
      'Like many Scotsmen, George had strong appetites
      and an even stronger sense of guilt about indulging them.'
   - JÚr˘me Game: Anti-Freeze, by Keston Sutherland
   - John Kerrigan: Paul Muldoon's Transits
   - John Kinsella: Cambridge Notes (1996)
   - Rod Mengham: Bourgeois News: Humphrey Jennings
      and Charles Madge ('We are [...] working out
      a complete plan of campaign, which will be possible
      when we have not fifty but 5,000 observers.
      The following are a few examples of problems
      that will arise: Behaviour of people at war memorials.
      Shouts and gestures of motorists. The aspidistra cult...')
   - Kate Price: Experiment magazine, 1928-31 -
      William Empson, William Hare, Jacob Bronowski,
      Hugh Sykes Davies and Humphrey Jennings.
   - Peter Quartermain: CADDEL

* Hugh Sykes Davies - 'a lioness in the sidecar':
   - George Watson - 'Remembering Prufrock' -
      Hugh Sykes Davies 1909-1984
   - Hugh Sykes Davies, Four Poems:
      - 'Decline of PhŠthon' (1929)
      - 'SententiŠ' (1931)
      - 'In the stump of an old tree...' (1936)
      - 'It doesn't look like a finger...' (1938)
   - Hugh Sykes Davies, Prose:
      - Sympathies with Surrealism (1936)
      - Review of Narration, by Gertrude Stein (1936)
      - Cambridge Poetry (1955)
* John Kerrigan: Checklist of the publications
      of Hugh Sykes Davies

* Five poets  from Quid magazine, Cambridge (Editor: Keston Sutherland):
   - Durs GrŘnbein, from 'Variation auf kein Thema'
   - Peter Manson, 'Envoy'
   - Tim Morris, 'Dramatis PersonŠ'
   - Keston Sutherland, 'Ten Past Nine'
   - John Wilkinson, 'The Line of Definition'

* Tom Clark: Letters home from Cambridge (1963-65)

* Feature: Parataxis magazine (Cambridge, UK)
                Editors: Drew Milne & Simon Jarvis:

   - Andrea Brady: Song (for Florida)
   - Clark Coolidge: Two poems
   - Fanny Howe: excerpt from Reconstruction
   - Simon Jarvis: Quality and the non-identical
      in J.H.Prynne's 'Aristeas, in seven years'
   - Grace Lake: Three poems
   - Rod Mengham: Down in the Mouth
   - Drew Milne: Agoraphobia, and the embarrassment
      of manifestos
   - Drew Milne reviews Poets on Writing:
      Britain, 1970-1991, Ed. Denise Riley
   - Dell Olsen: from Corrupted by Showgirls
   - Neil Reeve and Richard Kerridge: Deaf to Meaning:
       On J.H.Prynne's The Oval Window
   - Denise Riley: Knowing in the real world
   - Keston Sutherland: Ritalin Daiquiri
   - John Wilkinson: Getting Shot Of It

* Parataxis magazine -- Contemporary Chinese poetry:
     Poems: Che Qianzi, Zhou Yaping, Yi Cun, Huang Fan, Hong Liu
     Prose: * Zhou Yaping: Letter to J.H. Prynne
                   * Huang Fan: Poetry's new shore: Language
                   * Biographical Notes
                   * Jeff Twitchell: Note on the translations
                   * J.H. Prynne: Afterword

* Feature: Perfect Bound magazine, 1976 to 1979
   - Interview: Nate Dorward talks to editor Peter Robinson
           about Perfect Bound magazine, issued from Cambridge
           from 1976 to 1979
   - J. H. Prynne: The Land of Saint Martin
   - John James: After Christopher Wood
   - Peter Robinson:
      Veronica Forrest-Thomson: On the Periphery
   - Tom Raworth: Magnetic Water
   - John Matthias: After the Death of Chekhov
   - Rod Mengham: from Beds & Scrapings
   - John Wilkinson: Political Health
   - Aidan Semmens: The Strange Geometry
   - Adam Clarke-Williams:
      The Ambassadors: Raymond Williams in
      Cambridge, Christmas in Portsmouth.
   - Douglas Oliver: Fun House
   - Wendy Mulford: Chinese Postcard Sequence
   - J.H. Prynne: Reader's Lockjaw
   - Pierre Reverdy: Poem
   - Peter Riley: Digest of
      the Poetical Works of Dora Oliver
   - Denise Riley: A Nueva York
   - Geoffrey Ward: It's My Town
      But I Had to Leave It)
   - Elaine Feinstein: Two Lyrics
      From 'An England Sequence'
   - Marcus Perryman: from Outposts
   - Peter Robinson: Looking Up
   - Gael Turnbull: The Borders Revisited
   - John Welch: Grieving Signal

* Poems:
   - Bob Cobbing and Robert Sheppard:
      'Blatent blather/virulent whoops'
   - Robert Hampson: 'the beacon',
      'no signal detected', and 'eroded marks'
   - Lawrence Joseph, 'Stop Me If I've Told You'
   - David Kennedy, 'Minster', or
      'Liber Lathomorum'
   - John Kinsella: Four (Cambridge) poems
   - Tony Lopez, 'About Cambridge'
   - David Marriott, 'De L'autocritique'
   - Drew Milne, from 'Ill at these numbers'
   - Peter Robinson, 'Pressure Cooker Noise'
      and 'Living in the Workroom'

* Cambridge Scenic Vignettes by John Tranter

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