It's a year now since Atlantic Drift - the transatlantic anthology edited by James Byrne and myself - was published. It's not too late to buy it, or to adopt it for teaching purposes. Or just to read for pleasure and enlightenment. The inclusion of poetics in the volume as well as work by the 24 poets is part of our venture to further the use of a speculative writerly discourse, by writers and readers. (There is a lot on this blog about poetics.)
Read the first review by Ian Brinton on the Tears in the Fence website here
Read the second response by Clark Allison on Stride hereRead an online review by Steven Waling here
Read the third review of Atlantic Review in the print journal Poetry London by Mary Jean Chan, or read online here.
Here's an account of the Berkeley Uni launch in the US.
It's on the ARC site, and you may also buy the book through that link!
Links to much more about the anthology, the launches, etc, here. Including the London Review of Books Shop one (picture below: the editors).