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Launch of Issue 17

Monday 22nd May 2017, 6pm – 9pm Barbican Library, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS Hosted by Linda Black & Lucy Hamilton  Confirmed readers: Michael Sharp, David Andrew , Moniza Alvi, Robert Minhinnick, … Continue reading »

Two new reviews

Claire Crowther reviews Cantilena – one book in four spans by John Peck (Shearsman Books, 2016). ‘The poem is 324 pages long, each page is a canto heavy with text, … Continue reading »

Issue 17 sneak preview

A few lines from some of our Issue 17 poets – something to look forward to:   ‘An abandoned house/opens like a giant umbrella.’ from THE BLACK GODDESS, Siddhartha Bose   … Continue reading »

Cambridge reading

In association with the Fitzwilliam College Literary Society   Tuesday 15th November  19.00–21.30 (readings 19.30) READINGS from issues 15 & 16 Introduced by editors Lucy Hamilton & Linda Black    … Continue reading »

Launch of Issue Sixteen on November 9

Wednesday 9 November 2016, 6pm – 9pm Barbican Library, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS Hosted by Linda Black & Lucy Hamilton Readers: Dikra Ridha, Aidan Semmens, Anna Kisby, Dragan Jovanović Danilov, Amy … Continue reading »

Editors’ visit to Staffordshire University

Lisa Mansell, whose poem ‘Kernel Stone’ was published in Issue Ten, has invited editors Linda Black and Lucy Hamilton to speak to 2nd and 3rd year Creative Writing students, on … Continue reading »

Two Swindon Poetry Festival events

Long Poem Magazine co-editor Linda Black will be running a workshop, and reading from her new collection Slant, as part of the Poetry Swindon Festival’s Big Poetry Weekend, which takes place … Continue reading »

Issue Sixteen launch – save the date

Issue Sixteen will be launched on Wednesday November 9th at the Barbican Library, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS. More info to follow.

November submissions window for Issue Seventeen

We will be accepting submissions for Issue Seventeen – due out in spring next year – throughout the month of November. As usual, the submissions window lasts the whole month, but please … Continue reading »

Contributor Ian Brinton reviews Issue Fifteen

Poet and LPM contributor Ian Brinton has reviewed Issue Fifteen for the Tears in the Fence blog. The issue includes his translation of Philippe Jaccottet’s ‘”Hinterland”. ‘Long Poem Magazine has … Continue reading »

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