Julia Clark



Poetry Against Neoliberal Capitalism in Ali Alizadeh and Melinda Bufton

Poetry has a long history of disruption, resistance, and revolution, overlapping the concerns of politics with literature and the boundaries of language.

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Julia Clark Reviews Alice Allan’s The Empty Show

Alice Allan’s debut collection opens with the declaration, ‘A sonnet is always a love poem.’

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