Reviews

This bibliography draws together reviews from: (a) the following print publications: Poetry Review, Poetry Wales, New Welsh Review, Planet, PN Review, Poetry London, Poetry Ireland Review, The London Magazine, Agenda, Acumen, Ambit, Staple, Magma, The Warwick Review, The North, The Wolf, The London Review of Books, The Times Literary Supplement, The Guardian, The Observer, The Independent, The Times, The Sunday Times and The Telegraph. (b) the following online sites: Guardian Books, The Telegraph (online), The Independent (online), Gwales, Hand + Star, Wales Arts Review, New Welsh Review (online reviews content), Tower Poetry, Ploughshares, etcetera, Eyewear. Occasional interesting outliers are also included. Reviews included in this bibliography date from 1997 onwards. As with the ‘Collections’ bibliography, the focus here is on the work of Wales-associated poets who had no more than one full collection published prior to 1997. Again following the pattern of the ‘Collections’ bibliography, the one exception to this rule concerns established poets who have come to live in Wales in the post-1997 period: we view such figures as ‘new arrivals’ in a post-1997 Welsh context and reviews of the collections they have published since coming to Wales are thus cited here. For our approach to the notion of ‘Wales-associated’, please see the Bibliography homepage. Find out more about the process at our blog, here. Please note that this bibliography of Reviews concluded on 31 August 2015.

 

Patience Agbabi

  • Davies, Lyndon. Rev. of Telling Tales by Patience Agbabi, Winter Moorings by Andrew McNeillie, and The Last Museum of Laughter by D E Oprava. Poetry Wales, 50.3 (Winter 2014/15), 63–64
  • Howe, Sarah, ‘Chaucer: Movie Stills or Slam Remix’, Poetry London, 79 (Autumn 2014), 30 (Review of Telling Tales by Patience Agbabi)
  • Ivory, Helen. Rev. of Telling Tales by Patience Agbabi, The Tale of Walter Pencil Man by Ian McMillian and Tony Husband, and At the Time of Partition by Moniza Alvi. The North, 52 (Spring 2014), 99–100

Ivy Alvarez

  • Ford, Will. Rev. of Disturbance, by Ivy Alvarez, in New Welsh Review (online blog content) (9 December 2013),<http://www.newwelshreview.com/article.php?id=662> [accessed 9 December 2013]
  • Lloyd, James. Rev. of The Claims Office, by Dai George, and Disturbance, by Ivy Alvarez. Poetry Wales, 49.4 (Spring 2014), 61–62

Tiffany Atkinson

  • Bird, Julia, ‘Acts of Attention’, Poetry Review, 104.2 (Summer 2014), 92–93 (Review of So Many Moving Parts by Tiffany Atkinson)
  • Brackenbury, Alison, ‘Collected’, PN Review, 206 (July–August 2012), 75 (Review of Catulla et al by Tiffany Atkinson)
  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of Kink and Particle, by Tiffany Atkinson, in Gwales (2006), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854114341&tsid=8#top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Coles, Sarah. Rev. of Catulla et al, by Tiffany Atkinson. Planet, 205 (February 2012), 139–141
  • De Ville, Peter, ‘Peter De Ville assesses a feisty poetic performance where attack is the best means of defence’, New Welsh Review, 96 (Summer 2012), 90–91 (Review of Catulla et al by Tiffany Atkinson)
  • Edwards, Jonathan. Rev. of So Many Moving Parts, by Tiffany Atkinson, in New Welsh Review (online blog content) (22 October 2014), <http://www.newwelshreview.com/article.php?id=861> [accessed 22 October 2014]
  • Gray, Kathryn, ‘At Home and Abroad’, New Welsh Review, 76 (Summer 2007), 30–31 (Review of Kink and Particle by Tiffany Atkinson)
  • Griffin, Carl. Rev. of So Many Moving Parts, by Tiffany Atkinson, in Wales Arts Review (2014), <http://www.walesartsreview.org/so-many-moving-parts-by-tiffany-atkinson/> [accessed 17 March 2014]
  • Herbert, W.N., ‘Surprising New Voices’, Poetry London, 56 (Spring 2007), 40–41 (Review of Kink and Particle by Tiffany Atkinson)
  • Herbert, W.N., ‘Waiting for the Voice’, in gairnet provides, <http://wnherbert.wordpress.com/?s=tiffany+atkinson> [accessed 11 November 2012] (Review of Kink and Particle by Tiffany Atkinson)
  • Holland, Jane, ‘Firsts’, Poetry Review, 97.2 (Summer 2007), 104–105 (Review of Kink and Particle by Tiffany Atkinson)
  • Houston, Douglas, ‘Out of Silence’, Poetry Review, 102.1 (Spring 2012), 121–122 (Review of Catulla et al by Tiffany Atkinson)
  • Howe, Sarah. Rev. of So Many Moving Parts by Tiffany Atkinson and The Museum of Disappearing Sounds by Zoë Skoulding. Poetry Wales, 50.1 (Summer 2014), 68–69
  • James, Molly. Rev. of Deep Field, by Philip Gross, and Catulla et al, by Tiffany Atkinson. Poetry Wales, 48.1 (Summer 2012), 61
  • King, Jemma. Rev. of Catulla et al, by Tiffany Atkinson, in Gwales (2012), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781852248888&tsid=10 – top> [accessed 13 November 2012]
  • McGuinness, Patrick. Rev. of Catulla et al, by Tiffany Atkinson. Guardian Review (19 November 2011), 14
  • McGuinness, Patrick. Rev. of Catulla et al, by Tiffany Atkinson. Guardian Books (18 November 2011), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2011/nov/18/catulla-tiffany-atkinson-poetry-review> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Moore, Fiona. Rev. of Catulla et al, by Tiffany Atkinson’, in Displacement (6 March 2012), <http://displacement-poetry.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/catulla-et-al.html> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Poole, Richard, ‘Tasty and Nourishing’, Planet, 185 (October/November 2007), 96 (Review of Kink and Particle by Tiffany Atkinson)
  • Reynolds, Oliver, ‘Gender Switch’, Times Literary Supplement, 5687 (30 March, 2012), 24 (Review of Catulla et al by Tiffany Atkinson)
  • Wills, Jackie. Rev. of Decreation, by Anne Carson, and Averno, by Louise Glück, and Kink and Particle, by Tiffany Atkinson, Poetry Wales, 43.1 (Summer 2007), 60
  • Wills, Jackie. Rev. of Catulla et al, by Tiffany Atkinson, and Grace, by Esther Morgan, and The Scent Gallery, by Christine McNeill, and The World Cup, by Naomi Foyle. The Warwick Review, Vol. V No.4 (December 2011), 106–107
  • Wong, Jennifer, ‘The transformative power of the alternative text’, Magma, 59 (Summer 2014), 58–59 (Review of So Many Moving Parts by Tiffany Atkinson)

Kate Bingham

  • Beagan, Glenda. Rev. of Cohabitation, by Kate Bingham, and The Red Wardrobe, by Sarah Corbett. Poetry Wales, 34.2 (Autumn 1998), 61–62
  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of Quicksand Beach, by Kate Bingham, in Gwales (2006), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854114112&tsid=12 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Crown, Sarah, ‘Body and Soul’, Guardian Review (23 September 2006), 20 (Review of Quicksand Beach by Kate Bingham)
  • Crown, Sarah, ‘Body and Soul’, in Guardian Books (23 September 2006), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2006/sep/23/featuresreviews.guardianreview30?INTCMP=SRCH> [accessed 11 November 2012] (Review of Quicksand Beach by Kate Bingham)
  • Dunn, Antony, ‘Similarities to Duffy, Cope, Sweeney etc’, Poetry London, 56 (2007), 27–28 (Review of Quicksand Beach by Kate Bingham)
  • Golightly, Victor. Rev. of The Red Wardrobe, by Sarah Corbett and Cohabitation, by Kate Bingham. New Welsh Review, 42 (Autumn 1998), 87–88
  • Grovier, Kelly, ‘Kelly Grovier hails Kate Bingham’s dark meditation on love and motherhood’, New Welsh Review, 75 (Spring 2007), 67–69 (Review of Quicksand Beach by Kate Bingham)
  • Knight, Stephen, ‘Daisy Chain’, Poetry Review, 96.3 (Autumn 2006), 121–122 (Review of Quicksand Beach by Kate Bingham)
  • Lumsden, Roddy. Rev. of Cohabitation, by Kate Bingham. The Times Literary Supplement, 5058 (March 10, 2000), 32–33
  • O’Brien, Sean, ‘Time and Emotion’, The Sunday Times: Culture (24 September 2006), 53 (Review of Quicksand Beach by Kate Bingham)
  • Powell, Claire, ‘Musing on the Other, Women Re-Viewing Poetry’, Planet, 133 (February/March 1999), 68–69 (Review of Cohabitation by Kate Bingham)
  • Swift, Todd, ‘Two from the School of Sinister, one from the heart’, Magma, 35 (Summer 2006), 72–73 (Review of Quicksand Beach by Kate Bingham)
  • Wardle, Sarah, ‘Daring Domestics’, Poetry Review, 92.1 (Spring 2002), 79–80 (Review of Cohabitation by Kate Bingham)
  • Williams, Jeni. Rev. of Quicksand Beach, by Kate Bingham, and The Egg of Zero, by Philip Gross. Poetry Wales, 42.4 (Spring 2007), 66–67

Zoë Brigley

  • Brahic, Beverley Bie. Rev. of Conquest, by Zoë Brigley. The Times Literary Supplement, 5742 (April 19 2013), 22
  • Challenger, Melanie, ‘The Dialect of the Tribe’, Poetry Review, 98.2 (Summer 2008), 105 (Review of The Secret by Zoë Brigley)
  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of The Secret, by Zoë Brigley, in Gwales (2006), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781852247874&tsid=22#top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Crowther, Claire. Rev. of Mynydd, by Rhys Trimble, and Conquest, by Zoë Brigley. Poetry Wales, 48.1 (Summer 2012), 69
  • Davies, Nia. Rev. of Conquest, by Zoë Brigley, in New Welsh Review (online blog content) (31 July 2012), <http://www.newwelshreview.com/article.php?id=304> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • De Ville, Peter, ‘Not sinking into the mire of common sense’, Acumen, 63 (January 2009), 91–93 (Review of The Secret by Zoë Brigley)
  • De Ville, Peter. Rev. of Conquest, by Zoë Brigley, in Wales Arts Review (2013), <http://www.walesartsreview.org/conquest-by-zoe-brigley/> [accessed 16 April 2013]
  • Finch, Peter, ‘Full Bloods and Wunderkinds’, Poetry Review, 102.2 (Summer 2012), 120 (Review of Conquest by Zoë Brigley)
  • Furber, Jo, ‘Emulating the Parrots’, Planet, 188 (April/May 2008), 112–113 (Review of The Secret by Zoë Brigley)
  • Gregson, Ian. Rev. of The Secret, by Zoë Brigley. Poetry Wales, 43.3 (Winter 2007/8), 67–69
  • Lloyd, David. Rev. of You, Me and the Birds, by Alan Kellermann, and Conquest, by Zoë Brigley. Planet, 209 (Spring 2013), 155
  • Newman, Charlotte. Rev. of The Secret, by Zoë Brigley, and The Island Rescue, by William Palmer, and The Look of Goodbye: Poems 2001–2006, by Peter Robinson, and Commandments, by Jackie Wills. The Warwick Review, Vol. 2 No. 1 (March 2008), 28–30
  • O’Donoghue, Bernard, ‘Enthusiasm for two first collections’, Poetry London, 59 (Spring 2008), 41–42 (Review of The Secret by Zoë Brigley)
  • Pollard, Clare, ‘An Overwhelming Vision’, The London Magazine (December–January 2007/08), 75–76 (Review of The Secret by Zoë Brigley)
  • Thomas, Wayne, ‘Wayne Thomas praises a debut collection’, New Welsh Review, 80 (Summer 2008), 87–88 (Review of The Secret by Zoë Brigley)
  • West, Alan, ‘Grumpy and Twitchy’, in Stride Magazine (2008), <http://www.stridemagazine.co.uk/Stride%20mag%202008/jan%202008/The%20Secret%20-%20Zoe%20Brigley.htm> [accessed 11 November 2012] (Review of The Secret by Zoë Brigley)
  • Yeh, Jane, ‘Art and Raw Materials’, Poetry London, 73 (Autumn 2012), 39–40 (Review of Conquest by Zoë Brigley)

Christopher Brooke

  • Barnie, John. Rev. of & the concept of zero, by Christopher Brooke. Poetry Wales, 42.2 (Spring 2007), 59–60
  • Gray, Kathryn, ‘Kathryn Gray rates the variety and polish of collections by two new poets’, New Welsh Review, 75 (Spring 2007), 85–86 (Review of & the concept of zero by Christopher Brooke)
  • Poole, Richard, ‘No Illusions’, Planet, 184 (August/September 2007), 101–102 (Review of & the concept of zero by Christopher Brooke)

Olivia Byard

Sarah Coles

Sarah Corbett

  • Allnutt, Gillian, ‘Ingredients of Grace’, Poetry Review, 89.3 (Autumn 1999), 68 (Review of The Red Wardrobe by Sarah Corbett)
  • Beagan, Glenda. Rev. of Cohabitation, by Kate Bingham, and The Red Wardrobe, by Sarah Corbett. Poetry Wales, 34.2 (Autumn 1998), 62–63
  • Bromley, Carole. Rev. of The Japan Quiz, by Pam Thompson, and Other Beasts, by Sarah Corbett, and Out of the Blue, by Simon Armitage. The North, 45 (2010), 79–80
  • Crowther, Claire. Rev. of Moonrise, by Meirion Jordan, and Other Beasts, by Sarah Corbett Poetry Wales, 45.1 (Summer 2009), 69–70
  • Curtis, Tony, ‘Thomas, Thomas & Thomas’, Poetry Review, 93.1 (Spring 2003), 98–99 (Review of The Witch Bag by Sarah Corbett)
  • Draycott, Jane, ‘Transmutation, sons of dust and busted Buddhas’, Poetry London, 47 (Spring 2004), 29–30 (Review of The Witch Bag by Sarah Corbett)
  • Golightly, Victor. Rev. of The Red Wardrobe, by Sarah Corbett and Cohabitation, by Kate Bingham. New Welsh Review, 42 (Autumn 1998), 86–87
  • Hughes, Suzy Ceulan. Rev. of Other Beasts, by Sarah Corbett, in Gwales (2008), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854114662&tsid=16#top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Jarvis, Matthew. Rev. of The Witch Bag, by Sarah Corbett, in Gwales (2002), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854113221&tsid=16#top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Lewis, Malcolm, ‘Countries of the Heart’, Poetry London, 34 (Autumn 1999), 27–28 (Review of The Red Wardrobe by Sarah Corbett)
  • Maskill, Sarah, ‘The Beauty of Home’, Poetry Review, 99.2 (Summer 2009), 112–113 (Review of Other Beasts by Sarah Corbett)
  • Nosbaum, Jeff. Rev. of Wowsers, by Paul Groves, and The Witch Bag, by Sarah Corbett. Poetry Wales, 38.3 (Winter 2002/03), 67–68
  • Over, Marita. Rev. of The Witch Bag, by Sarah Corbett. Ambit, 173 (Summer 2003), 61–62
  • Poole, Richard. Rev. of The Witch Bag, by Sarah Corbett. New Welsh Review, 58 (Autumn 2002), 95–96
  • Powell, Claire, ‘Musing on the Other, Women Re-Viewing Poetry’, Planet, 133 (February/March 1999), 69–71 (Review of The Red Wardrobe by Sarah Corbett)
  • Powell, Claire, ‘The Human and the Natural’, Planet, 157 (February/March 2003), 99–100 (Review of The Witch Bag by Sarah Corbett)
  • Pugh, Meryl. Rev. of Other Beasts, by Sarah Corbett, in Eyewear (20 January 2009), <http://toddswift.blogspot.co.uk/2009/01/guest-review-pugh-on-corbett.html> [accessed 15 November 2012]
  • Stansfield, Katherine, ‘Katherine Stansfield on loneliness and isolation in two assured poetry collections’, New Welsh Review, 83 (Spring 2009), 75–76 (Review of Other Beasts by Sarah Corbett)
  • Williams, Gee, ‘Me, Myself and I’, Planet, 193 (February/March 2009), 107 (Review of Other Beasts by Sarah Corbett)

Grahame Davies

Lyndon Davies

  • Brackenbury, Alison. Rev. of Rough Music, by Fiona Sampson, and Priest Skear, by Tim Liardet, and Shield, by Lyndon Davies. Poetry Wales, 46.3 (Winter 2010/11), 63–64
  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of Hyphasis, by Lyndon Davies, in Gwales (2007), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781905762118&tsid=127 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Coles, Sarah. Rev. of Illennium, by John Goodby, and Shield by Lyndon Davies. Planet, 202 (May 2011), 147
  • Wills, Jackie. Rev. of Hyphasis, by Lyndon Davies, and Whiteout, by Damian Walford Davies and Richard Marggraf Turley, and Little Gods, by Jacob Polley. Poetry Wales, 42.4 (Spring 2007), 60

Nia Davies

  • Davies, Lyndon. Rev. of Then Spree by Nia Davies, Rarified by Lucy Sheerman, and Stalker by Lucy Hamilton. Poetry Wales, 49.1 (Summer 2013), 68–69
  • Gardner, Donald. Rev. of Then Spree, by Nia Davies, in Sabotage Reviews (15 April 2013),    <http://sabotagereviews.com/2013/04/15/then-spree-by-nia-davies/> [accessed 16 April 2013]
  • George, Dai. Rev. of Then Spree, by Nia Davies, in New Welsh Review (online blog content) (7 May 2013), <http://www.newwelshreview.com/article.php?id=485> [accessed 7 May 2013]
  • Paul, Chris. Rev. of Swarming, by Edward Mackay, and Then Spree, by Nia Davies, in Wales Arts Review (2013) <http://www.walesartsreview.org/salt-modern-voices-series/> [accessed 16 April 2013]
  • Underwood, Jack, ‘Arranging the Variables), Poetry London, 75 (Summer 2013), 46 (Review of Then Spree by Nia Davies)
  • Wainwright, Laura. Rev. of Cheval 4, edited by Alan Perry, and Then Spree, by Nia Davies. Planet, 210 (Summer 2013), 156–157

Jasmine Donahaye

  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of Misappropriations, by Jasmine Donahaye, in Gwales (2008) <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781902638959&tsid=16#top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Coles, Sarah. Rev. of Self-Portrait as Ruth, by Jasmine Donahaye, in CREW Reviews (2010), <http://www.swan.ac.uk/crew/crewreviews/selfportraitasruth/> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Davies, Stevie, ‘The View from Pisgah’, Planet, 181 (February/March 2007), 95–96 (Review of Misappropriations by Jasmine Donahaye)
  • Etter, Carrie. Rev. of Self-Portrait as Ruth, by Jasmine Donahaye, and A Hospital Odyssey, by Gwyneth Lewis. Poetry Wales, 46.1 (Summer 2010), 63–64
  • Fried, Daisy, ‘A Fusillade of Question Marks’, in Poetry (March 2010), <http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/article/238870> [accessed 25 September 2012] (Review of Self-Portrait as Ruth by Jasmine Donahaye)
  • Gray, Kathryn, ‘Kathryn Gray rates the variety and polish of collections by two new poets’, New Welsh Review, 75 (Spring 2007), 84–85 (Review of Misappropriations by Jasmine Donahaye)
  • Hubbard, Sue, ‘A Guidebook of Darkness’, Poetry London, 66 (Summer 2010), 44–45 (Review of Self-Portrait as Ruth by Jasmine Donahaye)
  • Hubbard, Sue, ‘A Guidebook of Darkness’, in Poetry London (Summer 2010), <http://www.poetrylondon.co.uk/magazines/66/article/a-guidebook-of-darkness> [accessed 25 September 2012] (Review of Self-Portrait as Ruth by Jasmine Donahaye)
  • Macfarlane, Patrick, ‘Patrick Macfarlane reviews Misappropriations by Jasmine Donahaye’, in Tower Poetry (2007),<http://www.towerpoetry.org.uk/poetry-matters/reviews/reviews-archive/191- patrick-macfarlane-reviews-misappropriations-by-jasmine-donahaye> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Marmer, Jake, ‘Orgies on the Green Line: the Poetry of Jasmine Donahaye’, in The Jewish Daily Forward (13 January, 2010), <http://forward.com/articles/123341/orgies-on-the-green-line/> [accessed 20 November 2012] (Review of Self-Portrait as Ruth by Jasmine Donahaye)
  • Murray, Nicholas, ‘Contested Space’, Planet, 198 (Spring 2010), 130 (Review of Self-Portrait as Ruth by Jasmine Donahaye)
  • Skoulding, Zoë. Rev. of Walesland/Gwaliadir, by Nigel Wells and Caryl Lewis, and Burning the Candle, by Christine Evans, and The Book of Blood, by Vicki Feaver, and Misappropriations by Jasmine Donahaye’, Poetry Wales, Volume 42.2 (Autumn 2006), 68–69
  • Thomas, Janet. Rev. of Self-Portrait as Ruth, by Jasmine Donahaye, in Gwales (2009), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781844714599&tsid=19#top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Wilkinson, Ben, ‘Ben Wilkinson on a provocative and memorable second collection from Jasmine Donahaye’, New Welsh Review, 89 (Autumn 2010), 92–94 (Review of Self-Portrait as Ruth by Jasmine Donahaye)

Tishani Doshi

  • Brackenbury, Alison. Rev. of Banjo, by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch, and Everything Begins Elsewhere. Poetry Wales, 48.2 (Autumn 2012), 69–70
  • Crown, Sarah, ‘Body and Soul’, Guardian Review (23 September 2006), 20 (Review of Countries of the Body by Tishani Doshi)
  • Crown, Sarah, ‘Body and Soul’, in Guardian Books (23 September 2006), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2006/sep/23/featuresreviews.guardianreview30?INTCMP=SRCH> [accessed 11 November 2012] (Review of Countries of the Body by Tishani Doshi)
  • Gamble, Miriam. Rev. of Everything Begins Elsewhere, by Tishani Doshi. Guardian Review (2 June 2012), 14
  • Gamble, Miriam. Rev. of Everything Begins Elsewhere, by Tishani Doshi, in Guardian Books (1 June 2012), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2012/jun/01/everything-begins-elsewhere-tishani-doshi-review> [accessed 12 November 2012]
  • Hammond, Elsa, ‘Elsa Hammond is charmed by a delicate, compelling collection by a Welsh-Gujarati poet’, New Welsh Review, 98 (Winter 2012), 83–85 (Review of Everything Begins Elsewhere by Tishani Doshi)
  • Herbert, W.N., ‘Surprising New Voices’, Poetry London, 56 (Spring 2007), 41 (Review of Countries of the Body by Tishani Doshi)
  • Herbert, W.N., ‘Waiting for the Voice’, in gairnet provides, <http://wnherbert.wordpress.com/2008/01/07/waiting-for-the-voice/> [accessed 11 November 2012] (Review of Countries of the Body by Tishani Doshi)
  • Jarrett, Nigel, ‘Love is in the air, almost everywhere’, Acumen, 74 (September 2012), 96–97 (Review of Everything Begins Elsewhere by Tishani Doshi)
  • Knight, Stephen, ‘Daisy Chain’, Poetry Review, 96.3 (Autumn 2006), 122 (Review of Countries of the Body by Tishani Doshi)
  • McCarthy Woolf, Karen, ‘Emotional Undercurrents’, Poetry Review, 102:4 (Winter 2012), 108 (Review of Everything Begins Elsewhere by Tishani Doshi)
  • Williams, Georgia Carys. Rev. of Everything Begins Elsewhere, by Tishani Doshi, in Wales Arts Review (2013) <http://www.walesartsreview.org/everything-begins-elsewhere-by-tishani-doshi/> [accessed 14 May 2013]

Ann Drysdale

  • Maynard, Clare. Rev. of Three-Three, Two-Two, Five-Six, in Gwales (2007), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781905614158&tsid=5#top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Wills, Jackie. Rev. of Quaintness and Other Offences, by Ann Drysdale, and Cure for a Crooked Smile, by Chris Kinsey, and The Shadow House, by Kathy Miles. Poetry Wales, 46.2 (Autumn 2010), 65–66

Joe Dunthorne

Jonathan Edwards

Rhian Edwards

Brett Evans

Ellie Evans

  • Fritz, Leah, ‘Five Debutants’, Poetry Review, 101.4 (Winter 2011), 120 (Review of The Ivy Hides the Fig-Ripe Duchess by Ellie Evans)
  • Newton, Pearl. Rev. of The Ivy Hides the Fig-Ripe Duchess, in Gwales (2011), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854115461&tsid=113 – top> [accessed 1 December 2012]
  • Stansfield, Katherine. Rev. of The Ivy Hides the Fig-Ripe Duchess, by Ellie Evans, and Loudness, by Judy Brown. Poetry Wales, 47.3 (Winter 2011/12), 60–61

PC Evans

  • Burrows, Wayne, ‘The Human Zoo’, Planet, 153 (June/July 2002), 106 (Review of The Unreal City by P C Evans)

Keri Finlayson

  • Brackenbury, Alison, ‘Rights of Passage’, PN Review, 194 (July–August 2010), 76 (Review of Rooms by Keri Finlayson)
  • Parker, Ben, ‘Secret Meanings’, in Stride Magazine (2009) <http://www.stridebooks.co.uk/Stride mag2009/july 2009/parker.rev.htm> [accessed 12 November 2012] (Review of Rooms by Keri Finlayson)
  • Wheatley, David, ‘David Wheatley on an engrossing and original second collection’, New Welsh Review, 87 (Spring 2010), 77–79 (Review of Rooms by Keri Finlayson)

Matthew Francis

  • Brackenbury, Alison. Rev. of Muscovy by Matthew Francis, Gospel Oak by Sharon Morris, and Warriors by David Lloyd. Poetry Wales, 49.1 (Summer 2013), 62–63
  • Chivers, Tom, ‘On the Side of Oddness’, Poetry London, 62 (Spring 2009), 40–41 (Review of Mandeville by Matthew Francis)
  • Clanchy, Kate, ‘Shouting out boldly from the back of the bus’, in The Independent (12 October 1996) <http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/shouting-out-boldly-from-the-back-of-the-bus-1357922.html> [accessed 22 May 2013] (Review of Blizzard by Matthew Francis)
  • Clare, Aingeal. Rev. of Muscovy, by Matthew Francis. Guardian Review (11 May 2013), 14
  • Clare, Aingeal. Rev. of Muscovy, by Matthew Francis, in Guardian Books (10 May 2013) <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2013/may/10/muscovy-matthew-francis-review> [accessed 16 May 2013]
  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of Mandeville, by Matthew Francis, in Gwales (2008), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9780571239276&tsid=123#top> [accessed 6 February 2013]
  • Cochrane, Harry. Rev. of Muscovy, by Matthew Francis, in Varsity Online (31 May 2013), <http://www.varsity.co.uk/reviews/6014> [accessed 19 June 2013]
  • Crown, Sarah, ‘The banana of God’, Guardian Review (29 March 2008), 18 (Review of Mandeville by Matthew Francis)
  • Crown, Sarah, ‘The banana of God’, in Guardian Books (23 September 2006), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2008/mar/29/featuresreviews.guardianreview27> [accessed 11 January 2013] (Review of Mandeville by Matthew Francis)
  • Crown, Sarah, ‘Flashes of light’, Guardian Review (12 August 2006), 16 (Review of Whereabouts by Matthew Francis)
  • Crown, Sarah, ‘Flashes of light’, in Guardian Books (12 August 2006), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2006/aug/12/featuresreviews.guardianreview2> [accessed 6 February 2013]
  • Etter, Carrie. Rev. of Whereabouts, by Matthew Francis. The Times Literary Supplement, 5390 (21 July 2006), 33
  • Etter, Carrie. Rev. of A lens in the palm by Kelly Grovier, and Mandeville, by Matthew Francis. Poetry Wales, 44.1 (Summer 2008), 72
  • Greenwell, Bill, ‘Poetic stories find their feet’, in The Independent (13 June 2008), <http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/reviews/the-broken-word-by-adam-foulds-mandeville-by-matthew-francis-for-all-we-know-by-ciaran-carson-846080.html> [accessed 11 January 2013] (Review of Mandeville by Matthew Francis)
  • Gregson, Ian, ‘Ian Gregson considers Matthew Francis’s latest collection’, New Welsh Review, 82 (Winter 2008), 78–79 (Review of Mandeville by Matthew Francis)
  • Haynes, John, ‘Matthew Francis’ Mandeville‘, in Birthdays of Poets (23 August 2008), <http://birthdaysofpoets.blogspot.co.uk/2008/08/review-from-poetry-studio.html> [accessed 6 February 2013]
  • Hulse, Michael, ‘Folk Strategies’, Poetry Review, 98.2 (Summer 2008), 94–95 (Review of Mandeville by Matthew Francis)
  • Johnson, Kevan. Rev. of Blizzard, by Matthew Francis. The Times Literary Supplement, 4911 (16 May 1997), 25
  • Lyon, John, ‘The Faber Book of Embarrassment’, in Thumbscrew, No 8 (Summer 1997), <http://www.poetrymagazines.org.uk/magazine/record.asp?id=1069> [accessed 6 February 2013] (Review of Blizzard, by Matthew Francis)
  • McSloy, Peter. Rev. of Dragons, by Matthew Francis, and The Welsh Book of the Dead, by Douglas Houston, and Multiverse, by Don Rodgers. The North, 29 (2002), 46
  • Noel-Tod, Jeremy, ‘Riding on Magic Carpets’, in The Telegraph (29 March 2008),<http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/fictionreviews/3672153/Riding-on-magic-carpets.html> [accessed 11 January 2013] (Review of Mandeville by Matthew Francis)
  • O’Callaghan, Conor, ‘Diminishing Returns’, Poetry Review, 103.4 (Winter 2013), 67–68 (Review of Muscovy by Matthew Francis)
  • Phillips, Adam, ‘Simply Fantastic’, The Observer Review (13 April 2008), 27 (Review of Mandeville by Matthew Francis)
  • Phillips, Adam, ‘Simply Fantastic’, in Guardian Books (13 April 2008, <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2008/apr/13/poetry.features> (Review of Mandeville by Matthew Francis)
  • Poster, Jem, ‘These three together’, PN Review, 142 (November–December 2001), 72–73 (Review of Dragons by Matthew Francis)
  • Potts, Robert, ‘Poetry in brief’, Guardian Review (16 June 2001), 8 (Review of Dragons by Matthew Francis)
  • Potts, Robert, ‘Poetry in brief’, in Guardian Books (16 June 2001), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2001/jun/16/poetry2> [accessed 5 February 2013] (Review of Dragons by Matthew Francis)
  • Ravinthiran, Vidyan, ‘What Only Poetry Can Do’, Poetry London, 76 (Autumn 2013), 46 (Review of Muscovy by Matthew Francis)
  • Sale, James, ‘The Write Design Club’, PN Review, 116 (July–August 1997), 62 (Review of Blizzard by Matthew Francis)
  • Wack, Amy. Rev. of Gethsemane Day by Dorothy Molloy, Mr Dick’s Kite by Arnold Rattenbury, Whereabouts by Matthew Francis, and A Speaker for the Silver Goddess by Peter Redgrove. Poetry Wales, 42.1 (Summer 2006), 66
  • Waling, Steven. Rev. of Desire by David Caddy, and Histories of Desire, by Ron Butlin, and The Minister’s Garden, by Tariq Latif, and Blizzard, by Matthew Francis. The North, 20 (1997), 46
  • Ward, David C, ‘Absences’, PN Review, 172 (November–December 2006), 68–69 (Review of Whereabouts)
  • Wardle, Sarah, ‘Devil in the Detail’, Poetry Review, 91.4 (Winter 2001/2), 84 (Review of Dragons)
  • Williams, Nerys. Rev. of Dragons by Matthew Francis. Poetry Wales, 37.2 (Autumn 2001), 67–69
  • Wootten, William, ‘Strange Fruit’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5482 (25 April 2008), 31 (Review of Mandeville by Matthew Francis)

Dai George

John Goodby

  • Brown, Andy, ‘Silk, Shame and Shakespeare’, in Stride Magazine (2011), <http://www.stridemagazine.co.uk/Stride mag2011/Mar 2011/Silk, Shame and Shakespeare.htm> [accessed 11 November 2012] (Review of Illennium by John Goodby)
  • Coles, Sarah. Rev. of Illennium, by John Goodby, and Shield by Lyndon Davies. Planet, 202 (May 2011), 147
  • Crowther, Claire. Rev. of A True Prize by John Goodby, and A Corridor of Rain, by Andrea Bianchi. Poetry Wales, 47.2 (Autumn 2011), 68
  • Crucefix, Martyn, ‘Of Love and Language’, Poetry Review, 101.1 (Spring 2011), 117 (Review of Illennium by John Goodby)
  • Davies, Lyndon, ‘Boiled Dylan’, Planet, 196 (Autumn 2009), 139–140 (Review of uncaged sea by John Goodby)
  • Hart, David. Rev. of An Elusive State, entering al-Chwm, by Steve Griffiths, and uncaged sea, by John Goodby. Poetry Wales, 45.1 (Summer 2009), 65–66
  • Jarrett, Nigel, ‘Here’s to us – spiky, sparky and surviving!’ Acumen, 71 (September 2011), 100–101 (Review of A True Prize by John Goodby)
  • Rowlands, Sioned Puw. Rev. of A Birmingham Yank by, John Goodby, and Holding Pattern, by Carol Rumens. Poetry Wales, 35.4 (Spring 2000), 70–71
  • Thurston, Scott, ‘A living cipher…syllabic blood’, in Stride Magazine (2010), <http://www.stridemagazine.co.uk/Stride mag2010/May 2010/John Goodby.htm> [accessed 11 November 2012] (Review of uncaged sea by John Goodby)

Kathryn Gray

  • Batchelor, Paul. Rev. of The Never-Never, by Kathryn Gray, and The Mirror Trade, by Zoë Skoulding. Poetry Wales, 40.3 (Winter 2004/5), 58–59
  • Brigley, Zoë, ‘Social Anatomists’, Agenda, 46.4 (Summer 2012), 94–96 (Review of The Never-Never by Kathryn Gray)
  • Bromley, Carole. Rev. of How Things Are On Thursday, by Ros Barber, and Mrs Perkins and Oedipus, by Elizabeth Bartlett, and Apology for Absence, by Julia Darling, and The Never-Never, by Kathryn Gray. The North, 36 (2005), 59
  • Brownjohn, Alan. ‘Poetry, There’s reason to their rhymes’, The Sunday Times: Culture (9 January 2005), 51 (Review of The Never-Never by Kathryn Gray)
  • Etter, Carrie. Rev. of The Never-Never, by Kathryn Gray. New Welsh Review, 65 (Autumn 2004), 107–108
  • Hill, Greg, ‘Smoke and Mirrors’, Planet, 168 (December/January 2004/05), 103–104 (Review of The Never-Never by Kathryn Gray)
  • Keogan, Kate, ‘Human Nature’, Acumen, 50 (September 2004), 217–218 (Review of The Never-Never by Kathryn Gray)
  • Maynard, Clare. Rev. of The Never-Never, by Kathryn Gray, in Gwales (2004), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854113658&tsid=115 – top> [accessed 18 November 2012]
  • Lyon, John, ‘Thought Potatoes’, PN Review, 162 (March–April 2005), 66-67 (Review of The Never-Never by Kathryn Gray)
  • O’Reilly, Caitriona, ‘First-time buyer’, Poetry Review, 94.3 (Autumn 2004), 97–99 (Review of The Never-Never by Kathryn Gray)
  • Pollard, Clare, ‘Living in interesting times’, Magma, 30 (Winter 2004/5), 66 (Review of The Never-Never by Kathryn Gray)
  • Shukman, Henry, ‘Beginning in Delight’, Poetry London, 51 (Summer 2005), 29–30 (Review of The Never-Never by Kathryn Gray)

Ian Gregson

  • Corbett, Sarah, ‘Sarah Corbett reads an uneven collection from a poet of invention and risk’, New Welsh Review, 87 (Spring 2010), 85–87 (Review of How We Met by Ian Gregson)
  • Hill, Greg, ‘So What’s New?’ Planet, 187 (February/March 2008), 60–64 (Review of The New Poetry in Wales by Ian Gregson)
  • Jarvis, Matthew, ‘Matthew Jarvis enjoys a spirited study of Welsh poetry in English’, New Welsh Review, 78 (Winter 2007), 85–87 (Review of The New Poetry in Wales by Ian Gregson)
  • Liardet, Tim. Rev. of The New Poetry in Wales, by Ian Gregson. Poetry Wales, 43.3 (Winter 2008), 58–60
  • Murray, Nicholas, ‘Of Pipistrelles and Comic Strips’, Planet, 196 (Autumn 2009), 136–137 (Review of How We Met by Ian Gregson)
  • Poole, Richard, ‘Mind and Body Problems’, Planet, 186 (December/January 2007/8), 114 (Review of Call Centre Love Song by Ian Gregson)
  • Redmond, John. Rev. of Call Centre Love Song, by Ian Gregson. Poetry Wales, 42.1 (Summer 2006), 67–68
  • Rotstein, Jason, ‘Jason Rotstein pits the postmodern against the resolutely traditional in contemporary poetry’, New Welsh Review, 77 (Autumn 2007), 85 (Review of Call Centre Love Song by Ian Gregson)
  • Yates, Cliff, ‘Poet & Critic’, The North, 40 (2007), 16–18 (Review of Call Centre Love Song by Ian Gregson)
  • Yates, Cliff, ‘Poet & Critic’, The North, 40 (2007), 16–18 (Review of The New Poetry in Wales by Ian Gregson)

Philip Gross

  • Barry, Peter. Rev. of The Water Table, by Philip Gross. Poetry Wales, 46.1 (Summer 2010), 62–63
  • Black, Linda, ‘Seen through the eye of the mind’, Poetry London, 67 (Autumn 2010), 45–46 (Review of I Spy Pinhole Eye by Philip Gross and Simon Denison)
  • Black, Linda. Rev. of The Water Table, by Philip Gross, in Eyewear (14 August 2010), <http://toddswift.blogspot.co.uk/2010/08/guest-review-black-on-gross.html>accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Brackenbury, Alison. Rev. of Later, by Philip Gross, and indwelling, by Gillian Allnutt. Poetry Wales, 49.3 (Winter 2013), 66–67
  • Brigley, Zoë, ‘Zoë Brigley appraises Philip Gross’s T S Eliot prize-winning The Water Table’, New Welsh Review, 88 (Summer 2010), 89–91 (Review of The Water Table by Philip Gross)
  • Brinton, Ian. Rev. of I Spy Pinhole Eye, by Philip Gross, in Eyewear (27 August 2010), <http://toddswift.blogspot.co.uk/2010/08/guest-review-brinton-on-gross.html> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Brown, Tony, ‘Tony Brown lauds a collection that consistently grips, involves and challenges, confirming its author as one of our most consistently interesting and skilful poets’, New Welsh Review, 102 (Winter 2013), 82–85 (Review of Later by Philip Gross)
  • Brownjohn, Alan. ‘Paradoxes, puzzles, and uproarious despair’, The Sunday Times: Culture (10 August 2003), 47 (Review of Mappa Mundi by Philip Gross)
  • Caldwell, Roger, ‘Peripheral Visions’, PN Review, 172 (November–December 2006), 72–73 (Review of The Egg of Zero by Philip Gross)
  • Carnell, Simon, ‘Going nowhere fast’, The Times Literary Supplement, 4795 (February 24, 1995), 23 (Review of I.D. by Philip Gross)
  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of I Spy Pinhole Eye, by Simon Denison and Philip Gross, in Gwales (2009), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781905614998&tsid=24 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of Deep Field, by Philip Gross, in Gwales (2011), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781852249199&tsid=24 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Clark, Polly. Rev. of The Water Table, by Philip Gross. Guardian Review (23 January 2010), 9
  • Clark, Polly. Rev. of The Water Table, by Philip Gross, in Guardian Books (23 January 2010), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2010/jan/23/philip-gross-poetry-eliot-prize> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Crown, Sarah, ‘Natural Selections’, Guardian Review (1 July 2006), 18 (Review of The Egg of Zero by Philip Gross)
  • Crown, Sarah, ‘Natural Selections’, in Guardian Books (1 July 2006),<http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2006/jul/01/featuresreviews.guardianreview22?INTCMP=SRCH> [accessed 25 September 2012] (Review of The Egg of Zero by Philip Gross)
  • Dennis, Oliver.,‘Nightingales and Bullfrogs’, Acumen, 43 (May 2002), 115 (Review of Changes of Address: Poems 1980–1998)
  • Dunkerley, Hugh, ‘The Ekphrasis of Philip Gross and Simon Denison’, London Magazine (February/March 2010), 82–84 (Review of I Spy Pinhole Eye by Philip Gross and Simon Denison)
  • Field, Victoria. Rev. of Deep Field, by Philip Gross, in Bloodaxe Books blog (26 July 2012), <http://bloodaxeblogs.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/philip-grosss-deep-field.html> [accessed 26 September 2012] (originally published in Lapidus Journal)
  • Francis, Matthew, ‘Matthew Francis feels privileged to review this Book of the Year winner’, New Welsh Review, 92 (Summer 2011), 72–74 (Review of I Spy Pinhole Eye by Philip Gross and Simon Denison)
  • Gahagan, Judy. Rev. of The Egg of Zero, by Philip Gross. Ambit, 184 (Spring 2006), 50
  • Goldbeck-Wood, Sandy, ‘The dissolution business’, in The Lancet, Volume 379 Issue 9825 (21 April 2012),<http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(12)60618-7/fulltext> [accessed 13 November 2012]
  • Gray, Kathryn, ‘Hitting the wall of expression’, Magma, 53 (Summer 2012), 68–70 (Review of Deep Field by Philip Gross)
  • Greening, John, ‘Mining the air’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5163 (March 15, 2002), 27 (Review of Changes of Address: Poems 1980–1998)
  • Griffin, Carl. Rev. of Later, by Philip Gross, in Wales Arts Review (2014), <http://www.walesartsreview.org/later-by-philip-gross/> [accessed 17 March 2014]
  • Hooker, Jeremy. Rev. of The Wasting Game, by Philip Gross. New Welsh Review, 44 (Spring 1999), 97–98
  • Howell, Stevie, ‘Poetry Week: Deep Field by Philip Gross’, in Ploughshares (15 March 2012), <http://blog.pshares.org/index.php/poetry-week-deep-field/> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Hubbard, Sue, ‘A Guidebook of Darkness’, Poetry London, 66 (Summer 2010), 43–44 (Review of The Water Table by Philip Gross)
  • Hubbard, Sue, ‘A Guidebook of Darkness’, in Poetry London (Summer 2010), <http://www.poetrylondon.co.uk/magazines/66/article/a-guidebook-of-darkness> [accessed 25 September 2012] (Review of The Water Table by Philip Gross)
  • Hubbard, Sue. Rev. of West Jutland Suite, by Anders Bune and John Barnie, and I Spy Pinhole Eye, by Philip Gross and Simon Denison, and Plan B, by Norman McBeath and Paul Muldoon. Poetry Wales, 45.4 (Spring 2010), 65
  • Hudis, Rosalind. Rev. of A Fold in the River, by Philip Gross and Valerie Coffin Price, in Wales Arts Review (27 May 2015), <http://www.walesartsreview.org/poetry-a-fold-in-the-river-by-philip-gross-and-valerie-coffin-price/> [accessed 12 June 2015]
  • James, Molly. Rev. of Deep Field, by Philip Gross, and Catulla et al, by Tiffany Atkinson. Poetry Wales, 48.1 (Summer 2012), 60–61
  • Keogan, Kate, ‘The Pull of the Deep’, Acumen, 49 (2004), 100–102 [Review of Mappa Mundi by Philip Gross)
  • Killick, John. Rev. of The Wasting Game, by Philip Gross, and Heart of a Deer, by Pascale Petit. The North, 24 (1999), 45–46
  • Liardet, Tim. Rev. of Changes of Address, Poems 1980–1998, by Philip Gross. Poetry Wales, 38.1 (Summer 2002), 68–69
  • Lomas, Herbert, ‘Strange Rooms’, London Magazine (June/July 2006), 116 (Review of The Egg of Zero by Philip Gross)
  • McCarthy, Patricia. Rev. of The Water Table by Philip Gross, and The Solitary, by Vuyelwa Carlin, and The Ark Builders, by Mary O’Donnell. The Warwick Review, Vol. IV Number 1 (March 2010), 112–116
  • Morley, David, ‘The Science of Possibility’, Poetry Review, 96.3 (Autumn 2006), 94 (Review of The Egg of Zero by Philip Gross)
  • Murray, Nicholas, ‘Contested Space’, Planet, 198 (Spring 2010), 131 (Review of The Water Table by Philip Gross)
  • Neilson, Andrew. Rev. of Mappa Mundi, by Philip Gross. New Welsh Review, 68 (Summer 2005), 108–110
  • O’Brien, Sean, ‘Waterworks’, Poetry Ireland Review, 100 (March 2010), 129–30 (Review of The Water Table by Philip Gross)
  • O’Callaghan, Conor, ‘Observation and Elegy’, Poetry London, 77 (Spring 2014), 51 (Review of Later by Philip Gross)
  • O’Neill, Michael, ‘Nailed to the page’, The Times Literary Supplement, 4992 (December 18, 1998), 24 (Review of The Wasting Game by Philip Gross)
  • Pollard, Clare, ‘Adventures in Articulation’, Magma, 36 (Winter 2006), 62–63 (Review of The Egg of Zero by Philip Gross)
  • Pollard, Natalie. Rev. of The Water Table, by Philip Gross. Times Literary Supplement, 5595 (June 25, 2010), 25
  • Poster, Jem, ‘Philip Gross’s Deep Field’, Planet, 205 (February 2012), 113–116
  • Prestwich, Edmund, ‘Loss and Poetic Life’, Acumen, 78 (January 2014), 110–113 (Review of Later by Philip Gross)
  • Rahim, Sameer, ‘Distinctive vision of T S Eliot Prize winner’, The Telegraph: Review (23 January, 2010), 21 (Review of The Water Table by Philip Gross)
  • Rahim, Sameer. Rev. of The Water Table, by Philip Gross, in The Telegraph (21 January 2010), <http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/bookreviews/7044986/The-Water-Table-by-Philip-Gross-review.html> [accessed 20 November 2012]
  • Redford, Rachel, ‘Order in Disorder’, Poetry Review, 102.1 (Spring 2012), 128–129 (Review of Deep Field by Philip Gross)
  • Redmond, John, ‘That Contemporary Tone of Voice’, Poetry Review, 93.4 (Winter 2003/4), 92–94 (Review of Mappa Mundi by Philip Gross)
  • Routh, Jane, ‘The ouch! factor’, Magma, 48 (Winter 2010/11), 73–74 (Review of The Water Table by Philip Gross)
  • Rumens, Carol, ‘Earth’s Holdings’, Poetry Review, 104.1 (Spring 2014), 114–115  (Review of Later by Philip Gross)
  • Sampson, Fiona. Rev. of Mappa Mundi, by Philip Gross, and Traveller’s Palm, by Landeg White, and The Other Sea, by Padraig J. Daly. Poetry Wales, 39.3 (Winter 2003/4), 70–71
  • Scannell, Vernon. Rev. of Mappa Mundi, by Philip Gross. Ambit, 174 (Autumn 2003), 63
  • Stannard, Julian, ‘Where Words Slip Their Moorings’, Poetry London, 72 (Summer 2012), 49 (Review of Deep Field by Philip Gross)
  • Wardle, Sarah, ‘Water, Water Everywhere’, Poetry Review, 100.1 (Spring 2010), 103 (Review of The Water Table by Philip Gross)
  • Waterman, Rory. Rev. of Later, by Philip Gross. The Times Literary Supplement, 5796 (May 2, 2014), 25 (Review of Later by Philip Gross)
  • Wheatley, David, ‘Subjects Matter’, Poetry Review, 89.2 (Summer 1999), 71–72 (Review of The Wasting Game by Philip Gross)
  • Williams, Jeni. Rev. of Quicksand Beach, by Kate Bingham, and The Egg of Zero, by Philip Gross. Poetry Wales, 42.4 (Spring 2007), 66–67

Kelly Grovier

  • Brackenbury, Alison. Rev. of Sound Archive, by Nerys Williams, and The Sleepwalker at Sea, by Kelly Grovier. Poetry Wales, 47.2 (Autumn 2011), 59–60
  • Clement, Phillip. Rev. of The Lantern Cage, by Kelly Grovier, in New Welsh Review (online blog content) (9 March 2015), <http://www.newwelshreview.com/article.php?id=965> [accessed 16 March 2015]
  • Coates, Dave. Rev. of Fauverie, by Pascale Petit, and The Lantern Cage, by Kelly Grovier. Poetry Wales, 50.4 (Spring 2015), 69–70
  • Etter, Carrie. Rev. of A lens in the palm, by Kelly Grovier, and Mandeville, by Matthew Francis. Poetry Wales, 44.1 (Summer 2008), 71–72
  • Fenton, Elyse. ‘Elyse Fenton admires two avian-inclined poetry collections’, New Welsh Review, 95 (Spring 2012), 78–79 (Rev. of The Sleepwalker at Sea by Kelly Grovier)
  • Gray, Kathryn. Rev. of The Sleepwalker at Sea, by Kelly Grovier. Planet, 203 (August 2011), 143–144
  • Hudson, Clare, ‘Snow in the Context of the Mind’, Planet, 191 (October/November 2008), 111–112 (Review of A lens in the palm by Kelly Grovier)
  • MacKinnon, Lachlan, ‘Of Poetic Urgency’, Poetry Review, 101.4 (Winter 2011), 101 (Review of The Sleepwalker at Sea by Kelly Grovier)
  • Warner, Ahren, ‘Balancing Affect and Intellect’, Poetry London, 70 (Autumn 2011), 44 (Review of The Sleepwalker at Sea by Kelly Grovier)

Daniel Healy

Emily Hinshelwood

Steven Hitchins

  • Breese, Rosie. Rev. of Real Radio, by Steven Hitchins, Strangeways, by Ann Matthews, and Faber New Poets 9, by Rachael Allen. Poetry Wales, 50.4 (Spring 2015), 61

Viki Holmes

  • Crowther, Claire. Rev. of Miss Moon’s Class, by Viki Holmes, and The Bestiary, by Sam Meekings, and Sunday at the Skin Launderette, by Kathryn Simmonds. Poetry Wales, 44.2 (Autumn 2008), 70

Rosalind Hudis

  • Crowther, Claire. Rev. of Little Man by Richard James Jones, Playing House by Katherine Stansfield, Tilt by Rosalind Hudis, and The Mystic and the Pig Thief. Poetry Wales, 50.4 (Spring 2015), 65–66
  • Miles, Kathy. Rev. of Tilt, by Ros Hudis, in Wales Arts Review (3 May 2015), <http://www.walesartsreview.org/poetry-tilt-by-rosalind-hudis/> [accessed 6 May 2015]

David Hughes

  • Lewis, Malcolm, ‘Ready or Not Here I Come’, Planet, 135 (June/July 1999), 112-113 (Tide Boy by David Hughes)

Nigel Jarrett

Marilyn Jenkins

Patrick Jones

  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of Fuse, by Patrick Jones, in Gwales (2007), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781905762590&tsid=49 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Poole, Richard, ‘Happiness, Disturbance, Angst, Planet, 162 (December/January 2003/4), 103 (Review of Against by Patrick Jones)
  • Powell, Claire, ‘Power Surge’, Planet, 150 (December/January 2001/2), 100–102 (Review of Fuse by Patrick Jones)
  • Shipton, Jonathan. Rev. of Cries of an Irish Caveman, by Paul Durcan, and Fuse, by Patrick Jones. Poetry Wales, 37.4 (Spring 2002), 69

Richard James Jones

  • Crowther, Claire. Rev. of Little Man by Richard James Jones, Playing House by Katherine Stansfield, Tilt by Rosalind Hudis, and The Mystic and the Pig Thief. Poetry Wales, 50.4 (Spring 2015), 64–65
  • Maynard, Clare. Rev. of Little Man, by Richard James Jones, in Gwales (2014), <http://www.gwales.com/goto/biblio/en/9781909844773/?session_timeout=1> [accessed 14 January 2015]
  • McCauley, Amy. Rev. of Little Man, by Richard James Jones. New Welsh Review, 107 (Spring 2015), p. (TBC)

Paul Steffan Jones

  • Crowther, Claire. Rev. of The World Cup, by Naomi Foyle, and Lull of the Bull, by Paul Steffan Jones. Poetry Wales, 46.3 (Winter 2010/11), 65–66
  • Hitchens, Steven. Rev. of Newspaper Taxis: Poetry after the Beatles, edited by Phil Bowen, Damian Furniss and David Woolley, and The Trigger-Happiness, by Paul Steffan Jones, and Surfacing, by Steve Griffiths. Poetry Wales, 49.3 (Winter 2013), 65

Meirion Jordan

  • Brigley, Zoë, ‘Mythmakers and Breakers’, Agenda, 46.3 (Spring 2012), 147–148 (Review of Moonrise by Meirion Jordan)
  • Cook, Caroline, ‘Antic Scots and Lyric Maths’, Staple, 71 (Spring/Summer 2009), 192 (Review of Moonrise by Meirion Jordan)
  • Crown, Sarah, ‘First Encounters’, Poetry London, 62 (Spring 2009), 44 (Review of Moonrise by Meirion Jordan)
  • Crowther, Claire. Rev. of Moonrise, by Meirion Jordan, and Other Beasts, by Sarah Corbett. Poetry Wales, 45.1 (Summer 2009), 68–69
  • Elliot, Jake, ‘From Llagerrub [sic] to Belgrade’, Poetry Review, 99.4 (Winter 2009), 118–119 (Review of Moonrise by Meirion Jordan)
  • Finch, Peter. ‘Full Bloods and Wunderkinds’, Poetry Review, 102.2 (Summer 2012), 120 (Review of Regeneration by Meirion Jordan)
  • Jackson Sarah. Rev. of Moonrise, by Meirion Jordan, in Eyewear (23/03/2009), <http://toddswift.blogspot.co.uk/2009/03/guest-review-jackson-on-jordan.html>[accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Kenton, Jacqui. Rev. of Regeneration, by Meirion Jordan, in New Welsh Review (online blog content) (24 July 2012), <http://www.newwelshreview.com/article.php?id=292> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • King, Jemma. Rev. of Regeneration by Meirion Jordan, in Gwales (2012), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854115553&tsid=123 – top> [accessed 13 November 2012]
  • Liardet, Tim, ‘Tim Liardet discovers a new poet young poet of wit and energy’, New Welsh Review, 84 (Summer 2009), 85–86 (Review of Moonrise by Meirion Jordan)
  • Milne, W.S., ‘Omnium Gatherum of Welsh Books’, Agenda, 44.2–3 (Spring 2009), 144–145 (Review of Moonrise by Meirion Jordan)
  • Neilson, Andrew, ‘Avoiding the whirlpools’, Magma, 43 (Spring 2009), 52–53 (Review of Moonrise by Meirion Jordan)
  • Trimble, Rhys. Rev. of Regeneration, by Meirion Jordan. Poetry Wales, 48.2 (Autumn 2012), 65–67
  • Turley, Richard Marggraf, ‘Energetic and Memorable’, Planet, 194 (Spring 2009), 135–136 (Review of Moonrise by Meirion Jordan)
  • Van-Hagen, Steve. Rev. of Regeneration, by Meirion Jordan, in Eyewear (21 May 2013), <http://toddswift.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/guest-review-van-hagen-on-jordan.html> [accessed 29 May 2013]
  • Wainwright, Laura. Rev. of Regeneration, by Meirion Jordan, in Wales Arts Review (2012), <http://www.walesartsreview.org/regeneration-by-meirion-jordan/> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Wheatley, David. Rev. of Moonrise, by Meirion Jordan. Times Literary Supplement, 5559 (16 October, 2009), 27

Alan Kellermann

  • Jeans, Crystal. Rev. of You, Me and the Birds, by Alan Kellermann, in New Welsh Review (online blog content) (Winter 2012), <http://www.newwelshreview.com/article.php?id=433> [accessed 10 January 2013]
  • Lloyd, David. Rev. of You, Me and the Birds, by Alan Kellermann, and Conquest, by Zoë Brigley. Planet, 209 (Spring 2013), 154

Tony Kendrew

Anna Kiernan

Jemma L. King

  • Brackenbury, Alison. Rev. of She Inserts the Key, by Marianne Burton, and The Shape of a Forest, by Jemma L. King, and Screen of Brightness, by Fiona Owen and Meredith Andrea. Poetry Wales, 49.2 (Autumn 2013), 66–67
  • Clement, Philip. Rev. of The Undressed, by Jemma L. King. New Welsh Review (online blog content) (22 July 2014) <https://www.newwelshreview.com/article.php?id=798> [accessed 22 July 2014]
  • Cooper, Paul, ‘The author of this powerful poetry debut, Paul Cooper claims, is one to watch closely’, New Welsh Review, 103 (Spring 2014), 82–84 (Review of The Shape of a Forest by Jemma L. King)
  • Kay, Francesca. Rev. of The Undressed, by Jemma L. King. Planet, 216 (Winter 2014), 152–153
  • MacNamee, Jane. Rev. of The Shape of a Forest, by Jemma L. King, in Gwales (2013), <http://www.gwales.com/goto/biblio/en/9781908069894/SPY09> [accessed 20 November 2013]
  • Maynard, Clare. Rev. of The Undressed, by Jemma L. King, in Gwales (2014), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781909844803&tsid=19#top> [accessed 20 November 2014]
  • Williams, Georgia Carys. Rev. of The Shape of a Forest, by Jemma L. King, in Wales Arts Review, (2013), <http://www.walesartsreview.org/the-shape-of-a-forest-by-jemma-l-king/> [accessed 20 November 2013]

Chris Kinsey

  • Gregson, Ian. Rev. of Kung Fu Lullabies, by Chris Kinsey, and High June, by Ann Byrne-Sutton. New Welsh Review, 69 (Autumn 2005), 99–100
  • Hargrave, Russell. ‘Observation v. Abstraction’, Planet, 199 (Summer 2010), 141–142 (Review of Cure for a Crooked Smile by Chris Kinsey)
  • Poole, Richard, ‘Lullabies and Black Dogs’, Planet, 170 (April/May 2005), 101–102 (Review of Kung Fu Lullabies by Chris Kinsey)

Stevie Krayer

  • Clement, Phillip. Rev. of New Monkey, by Stevie Krayer, in New Welsh Review (online blog content) (12 January 2015), <http://www.newwelshreview.com/article.php?id=923> [accessed 12 January 2015]
  • Lewis, Malcolm. Rev. of Tide boy, by David Hughes, and Tide Table, by Zoë Skoulding, and Looking Through Time, by Herbert Williams, and Look Up Without Laughing, by Robert Havard, and Voices from a Burning Boat, by Stevie Krayer. Planet, 135 (June/July 1999), 114
  • Poole, Richard, ‘Islands of Rationality’, Planet, 166 (August/September 2004), 106–107 (Review of Questioning the Comet by Stevie Krayer)
  • Pugh, Sheenagh. Rev. of Folklore by Catherine Fisher, and Sardines and Other Poems, by Stephen Knight, and Earthworks, by various, and Departures and Returns, by Idris Caffrey, and Questioning the Comet, by Stevie Krayer, and Featherpaths, by Clyde Holmes, and Clutching…amber, by John Alcock, and Alice’s Cat, by Anne Grimes, and The Everyday Apocalypse, by David Thomas Lloyd, and The Gospel According to Frank, by David Lloyd, and Shush! (CD), by Lloyd Robson. Poetry Wales, 40.3 (Winter 2004/5), 68 (Review of Questioning the Comet by Stevie Krayer)

Anna Lewis

  • Crowther, Claire, ‘Fragmented Curios’, Magma, 55 (Spring 2013), 78–79
  • George, Dai. Rev. of On Becoming a Fish, by Emily Hinshelwood, and Other Harbours, by Anna Lewis. Poetry Wales, 48.4 (Spring 2013), 62–64
  • Murray, Nicholas. Rev. of Other Harbours, by Anna Lewis, and White Walls, by Herbert Williams. Planet, 209 (Spring 2013), 150–151
  • Naumann, Peter. Rev. of Other Harbours, by Anna Lewis, in New Welsh Review (online blog content) (9 July 2013), <http://www.newwelshreview.com/article.php?id=548> [accessed 9 July 2013]

Gwyneth Lewis

  • Bailey, R.V. Rev. of Parables & Faxes, by Gwyneth Lewis. The North, 24 (1999), 44–45
  • Bergin, Tara, ‘Of Art and Vanity’, Poetry Review, 101.3 (Autumn 2011), 112–113 (Review of Sparrow Tree by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Brigley, Zoë, ‘Towards a Minor Literature’, PN Review, 171 (September–October 2006), 67 (Review of Chaotic Angels by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Caleshu, Anthony. Rev. of Sparrow Tree, by Gwyneth Lewis. The Warwick Review, Vol. V No.4 (December 2011), 120–122
  • Clare, Aingeal, ‘Almost always’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5380 (May 12, 2006), 29 (Review of Chaotic Angels by Gwyneth Lewis
  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of Chaotic Angels, by Gwyneth Lewis, in Gwales (2005), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781852247232&tsid=121 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Constantine, Mary-Ann, ‘Vital Intelligence’, Planet, 177 (June/July 2006), 100–101 (Review of Chaotic Angels by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Davies, Grahame. Rev. of Keeping Mum, by Gwyneth Lewis. Poetry Wales, 39.4 (Spring 2004), 65–67
  • Davies, John. Rev. of Zero Gravity, by Gwyneth Lewis. Poetry Wales, 34.2 (Autumn 1998), 59–61
  • Davies, Stevie. Rev. of A Year of Flowers, by John Barnie, and Sparrow Tree, by Gwyneth Lewis. Planet, 204 (November 2011), 138
  • Etter, Carrie. Rev. of Self-Portrait as Ruth, by Jasmine Donahaye, and A Hospital Odyssey, by Gwyneth Lewis. Poetry Wales, 46.1 (Summer 2010), 64–65
  • Fainlight, Ruth, ‘The Garden of Earthly Remission’, Poetry Review, 100.2 (Autumn 2010), 97–99 (Review of A Hospital Odyssey by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Feinstein, Elaine, ‘Mythic tales in a war on the wards’, The Independent (January 30, 2010), 26 (Review of A Hospital Odyssey by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Feinstein, Elaine. Rev. of A Hospital Odyssey by Gwyneth Lewis, in The Independent (29 January 2010), <http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/reviews/a-hospital-odyssey-by-gwyneth- lewis-1882266.html> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Fenton, Elyse. ‘Elyse Fenton admires two avian-inclined poetry collections’, New Welsh Review, 95 (Spring 2012), 76–77 (Review of Sparrow Tree by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Finch, Peter, ‘In Orbit’, Planet, 132 (December/January 1998/9), 103–104 (Review of Zero Gravity by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Haven, Cynthia L. Rev. of A Hospital Odyssey, by Gwyneth Lewis’, in SFGate (23 May 2010), <http://www.sfgate.com/books/article/A-Hospital-Odyssey-by-Gwyneth-Lewis-3263443.php> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Hughes, Suzy Ceulan. Rev. of A Hospital Odyssey, by Gwyneth Lewis, in Gwales (2009), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781852248772&tsid=121 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • James, Molly. Rev. of Sparrow Tree, by Gwyneth Lewis, and Birdbook, eds. Kirsten Irving and Jon Stone. Poetry Wales, 47.3 (Winter 2011/12), 64–65
  • Jarrett, Nigel, ‘Affected and Unaffected’, Acumen, 67 (May 2010), 115–116 (Review of A Hospital Odyssey by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Jarret, Nigel. Rev. of Sparrow Tree By Gwyneth Lewis, Suddenly Everything by Alyson Hallett and Where the Wind Sleeps by Noel Monahan. Acumen, 80 (September 2014), 109–111
  • King, Jemma. Rev. of Sparrow Tree, by Gwyneth Lewis, in Gwales (2011), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781852248994&tsid=121 – top> [accessed 13 November 2012]
  • Liardet, Tim, ‘Tim Liardet on a groundbreaking new collection from Gwyneth Lewis’, New Welsh Review, 89 (Autumn 2010), 73–75 (Review of A Hospital Odyssey by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Lucas, John, ‘Tooth and tongue’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5244 (October 3, 2003), 13 (Review of Keeping Mum by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Matthews, Stephen, ‘Escape into the giving air’, The Times Literary Supplement, 4980 (September 11, 1998), 24 (Review of Zero Gravity by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • McElroy, Ruth, ‘The Rhyming Detective’, Planet, 141 (June/July 2000), 21–26 (Review of Y Llofrudd Iaith by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • McElroy, Ruth, ‘Relieving the Anguish’, Planet, 163 (February/March 2004), 103–105 (Review of Keeping Mum by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • McGuinness, Patrick, ‘Get rid of time and everything’s dancing’, London Review of Books, Volume 22 Number 19 (5 October, 2000), 15–16 (Review of Zero Gravity by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • McGuinness, Patrick, ‘The Shape-shifter’s Kingdom’, New Welsh Review, 64 (Summer 2004), 7–8; 12–13 (Feature-review of Keeping Mum by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Milne, W.S., ‘Omnium Gatherum of Welsh Books’, Agenda, 44.2–3 (Spring 2009), 135 (Review of Chaotic Angels by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Morley, David, ‘Language’s Mercury’, Poetry Review, 96.1 (Spring 2006), 88–89 (Review of Chaotic Angels by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • O’Reilly, Caitriona, ‘Possibilities of Vision’, PN Review, 126 (March–April 1999), 80 (Review of Zero Gravity by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Poole, Richard, ‘Epic as Therapy’, Planet, 200 (Autumn 2010), 140–141 (Review of A Hospital Odyssey by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Rice, Adrian, ‘Stars in their Eyes’, Poetry Ireland Review, 61 (Summer 1999), 61–64 (Review of Zero Gravity by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Routh, Jane. Rev. of The Lammas Hireling, by Ian Duhig, and To the God of Rain, by Tim Liardet, and Keeping Mum by Gwyneth Lewis, and Speaking of the Dead, by M. R. Peacocke. The North, 33 (2003), 61–62
  • Ruth, Sibyl. Rev. of Chaotic Angels by Gwyneth Lewis, and Selected Poems, by Sharon Olds. The North, 38 (2006), 41–42
  • Sönmez, Can. Rev. of A Hospital Odyssey, by Gwyneth Lewis’, The Warwick Review Vol. V No. 1 (March 2011), 60–64
  • Thomas, M. Wynn. Rev. of A Hospital Odyssey, by Gwyneth Lewis. Guardian Review (17 April 2010), 14
  • Thomas, M Wynn. Rev. of A Hospital Odyssey, by Gwyneth Lewis, in Guardian Books (17 April 2010), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2010/apr/17/hospital-odyssey-gwyneth-lewis-poetry> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Wheatley, David, ‘Poetry Place in Space’, Poetry Review, 88.3 (Autumn 1998), 47–78 (Review of Zero Gravity by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Wilkinson, Ben, ‘Poetry in Brief, reviews’, Guardian Review (13 August 2011), 12 (Review of Sparrow Tree by Gwyneth Lewis)
  • Wilkinson, Ben, ‘Poetry in brief: reviews’, in Guardian Books (12 August 2011), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2011/aug/12/poetry-in-brief-reviews?INTCMP=SRCH> [accessed 11 November 2012] (Review of the Sparrow Tree by Gwyneth Lewis)

Lorna Catriona Lloyd

  • Hartill, Graham, ‘Flicker Books and Dangerous Light’, Planet, 175 (February/March 2006), 111 (Review of A Cracked Prism by Lorna Catriona Lloyd)
  • Maynard, Clare. Rev. of A Cracked Prism, by Lorna Catriona Lloyd, in Gwales (2005), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781902638713&tsid=18#top> [11 December 2012]
  • Skoulding, Zoë, ‘Zoë Skoulding considers the distorted worlds conjured in two poetry collections’, New Welsh Review, 73 (Autumn 2006), 81–82 (Review of A Cracked Prism by Lorna Catriona Lloyd)
  • Wack, Amy. Rev. of A Cracked Prism, by Lorna Catriona Lloyd, and Learning How to Fall, by Lynne Rees, and Body Beautiful, by Ifor Thomas Poetry Wales, 41.4 (Spring 2006), 69

Ann Matthews

  • Breese, Rosie. Rev. of Real Radio, by Steven Hitchins, Strangeways, by Ann Matthews, and Faber New Poets 9, by Rachael Allen. Poetry Wales, 50.4 (Spring 2015), 61–62
  • Moore, Fiona. Rev. of Strangeways, by Ann Matthews, in Sabotage Reviews (26 September 2014),    <http://sabotagereviews.com/2014/09/26/strangeways-by-ann-matthews/> [accessed 30 August 2015]

Patrick McGuinness

  • Batchelor, Paul, ‘On the Trains’, Times Literary Supplement, 5609 (1 October, 2010), 26 (Review of Jilted City by Patrick McGuinness)
  • Brigley, Zoë, ‘Zoë Brigley on three chapbooks that push against the boundary of meaning’, New Welsh Review, 79 (Spring 2008), 80 (Review of 19th Century Blues by Patrick McGuinness)
  • Cameron, David, ‘Love, not information’, Poetry Ireland Review, 86 (May 2006), 90–91 (Review of The Canals of Mars by Patrick McGuinness)
  • Clare, Aingeal. Rev. of The Canals of Mars, by Patrick McGuinness. The Times Literary Supplement, 5303 (November 19, 2004), 34
  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of Jilted City, by Patrick McGuinness, in Gwales (2010), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781857549683&tsid=111 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Davies, Lyndon. Rev. of The Canals of Mars, by Patrick McGuinness. Poetry Wales, 41.4 (Spring 2006), 63–65
  • Fan, Kit, ‘Margins and Limits’, Poetry Review, 100.3 (Winter 2010), 117–118 (Review of Jilted City by Patrick McGuinness)
  • Gahagan, Judy. Rev. of The Canals of Mars, by Patrick McGuinness. Ambit 181 (Summer 2005), 66–67
  • Godbert, Geoffrey, ‘In the heart of modernity’, in Stride Magazine (2007), <http://www.stridemagazine.co.uk/Stride mag 2007/June 2007/godbert smithd reviews.htm> [accessed 11 November 2012] (Review of 19th Century Blues by Patrick McGuinness)
  • Grovier, Kelly. Rev. of The Canals of Mars, by Patrick McGuinness. New Welsh Review, 68 (Summer 2005), 102–103
  • Kennedy, David. ‘Solid Castles in the Air’, Planet, 170 (April/May 2005), 100–101 (Review of The Canals of Mars by Patrick McGuinness)
  • Killick, John. Rev. of Jilted City, by Patrick McGuinness, and Through the Square Window, by Sinead Morrissey, and Painting Rain, by Paula Meehan. The North, 45 (2010), 71–72
  • Mackenzie, Rob A. Rev. of 19th Century Blues, by Patrick McGuinness’, in Sphinx Reviews, 7 (2008), <http://www.sphinxreview.co.uk/pamphlet-reviews/earlier/21-sphinx-issue-7/126-19th-century-bluespatrick-mcguinness> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Maris, Kathryn, ‘Kathryn Maris on two recent collections of poetry that showcase craft and erudition’, New Welsh Review, 89 (2010), 79–81 (Review of Jilted City by Patrick McGuinness)
  • McNeillie, Andrew, ‘Betweenness’, PN Review, 164 (July–August 2005), 65 (Review of The Canals of Mars by Patrick McGuinness)
  • Milne, W.S., ‘Omnium Gatherum of Welsh Books’, Agenda, 44.2–3 (Spring 2009), 139–140 (Review of 19th Century Blues by Patrick McGuinness)
  • Mort, Helen, ‘Re-weaving the Rainbow’, Poetry London, 67 (Autumn 2010), 35–36 (Review of Jilted City by Patrick McGuinness)
  • Mort, Helen, ‘Re-weaving the Rainbow’, in Poetry London (Autumn 2010), <http://www.poetrylondon.co.uk/magazines/67/article/re-weaving-the-rainbow> [accessed 25 September 2012] (Review of
 Jilted City by Patrick McGuinness)
  • Murray, Nicholas, ‘Verbal Acuteness’, Planet, 184 (August/September 2007), 112 (Review of 19th Century Blues by Patrick McGuinness)
  • O’Brien, Sean. Rev. of Jilted City, by Patrick McGuinness. Guardian Review (29 May 2010), 14
  • O’Brien, Sean. Rev. of Jilted City, by Patrick McGuinness, in Guardian Books (29 May 2010), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2010/may/29/jilted-city-patrick-mcguinness-review> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • O’Brien, Sean, ‘Poems of wintry futility’, Poetry London, 50 (Spring 2005), 28 (Review of The Canals of Mars by Patrick McGuinness)
  • Poole, Richard, ‘Urban and Rural’,, Planet, 199 (Summer 2010), 143 (Review of Jilted City by Patrick McGuinness)
  • Taylor, John. Rev. of Jilted City, by Patrick McGuinness. Poetry Wales, 46.1 (Summer 2010), 68–69
  • Walker, Tom, ‘Tom Walker reviews Jilted City by Patrick McGuinness’, in Tower Poetry (2010), <http://www.towerpoetry.org.uk/reviews/reviews-archive/415-thomas-walker-reviews-jilted-city-by-patrick-mcguinness> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Wills, Jackie. Rev. of Demolition, by Neil Rollinson, and 19th Century Blues by Patrick McGuinness, and Andraste’s Hair, by Eleanor Rees. Poetry Wales, 43.3 (Winter 2007/08), 63–64

Andrew McNeillie

  • Bainbridge, Charles, ‘Poetry in brief’, Guardian Review (15 May 2010), 14 (Review of In Mortal Memory by Andrew McNeillie)
  • Bainbridge, Charles, ‘Poetry in brief’, in Guardian Books (15 May 2010), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2010/may/15/andrew-mcnellie-poetry-john-barnie?INTCMP=SRCH> [accessed 11 November 2012] (Review of In Mortal Memory by Andrew McNeillie)
  • Barnie, John. Rev. of The Storm House, by Tim Liardet, and Losers Keepers, by Andrew McNeillie. Poetry Wales, 47.3 (Winter 2011/12), 63
  • Bedford, William. ‘Some Versions of Pastoral’, Acumen, 72 (January 2012), 105–107 (Review of Losers Keepers by Andrew McNeillie)
  • Clarke, Gillian, ‘Gillian Clarke reviews Slower by Andrew McNeillie’, in Tower Poetry (2006), <http://www.towerpoetry.org.uk/poetry-matters/reviews/reviews-archive/177-gillian-clarke-reviews-slower-by-andrew-mcneillie->[accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Cooke, David. Rev. of Farmers Cross, by Bernard O’Donoghue, and Losers Keepers, by Andrew McNeillie, and Silent Music, by Adam Wyeth, and Scrying Stone, by Steven O’Brien. The North, 49 (2012), 99–100
  • Davies, Lyndon. Rev. of Telling Tales by Patience Agbabi, Winter Moorings by Andrew McNeillie, and The Last Museum of Laughter by D E Oprava. Poetry Wales, 50.3 (Winter 2014/15), 64
  • Gray, Kathryn, ‘At Home and Abroad’, New Welsh Review, 76 (Summer 2007), 33–34 (Review of Slower by Andrew McNellie)
  • Greening, John, ‘Strictly for the birds,’ The Times Literary Supplement, 5120 (May 18, 2001), 24 (Review of Nevermore by Andrew McNeillie)
  • Hulse, Michael, ‘Raising the Bar’, Poetry Review, 96.4 (Winter 2006/7), 99–100 (Review of Slower by Andrew McNeillie)
  • Knight, Stephen, ‘Love of Wales’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5414 (January 5, 2007), 24 (Review of Slower by Andrew McNellie)
  • Maris, Kathryn, ‘Kathryn Maris on two recent collections of poetry that showcase craft and erudition’, New Welsh Review, 89 (2010), 81 (Review of In Mortal Memory by Andrew McNeillie)
  • MacKenzie, Vicky, ‘Vicky MacKenzie applauds a poet dedicated to land- and seas-scape, climate and ecosystem’, New Welsh Review, 105 (Autumn 2014), 78–79 (Review of Winter Moorings by Andrew McNeillie)
  • McCarthy, Patricia. Rev. of In Mortal Memory, by Andrew McNeillie, and Rough Music by Fiona Sampson. The Warwick Review, Vol. 4 No. 3 (September 2010), 171–176
  • Milne, W.S., ‘Omnium Gatherum of Welsh Books’, Agenda, 44.2–3 (Spring 2009), 145–149 (Review of Slower by Andrew McNellie)
  • O’Brien, Richard, ‘Lashed to the Mast’, Poetry London, 79 (Autumn 2014), 46–47 (Review of Winter Moorings by Andrew McNeillie)
  • Pollard, Natalie, ‘The Ground of Our Being’, PN Review, 193 (May–June 2010), 77–78 (Review of In Mortal Memory by Andrew McNeillie)
  • Selby, Robert, ‘To trace anew old lines’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5817 (September 26, 2014), 28 (Review of Winter Moorings by Andrew McNellie)
  • Smith, Christopher J P, ‘Elegies, Joys and Problems’, Acumen, 40 (May 2001), 111–112 (Review of Nevermore by Andrew McNeillie)
  • Wareham, David. Rev. of Now, Then, by Andrew McNeillie, in Gwales (2002), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781903039601&tsid=59 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Williams, John Hartley. Rev. of The Harper, by Peter Redgrove, and Redgrove’s Wife, by Penelope Shuttle, and Slower by Andrew McNeillie, and The Blood Choir, by Tim Liardet. Poetry Wales, 42.4 (Spring 2007), 57

Kathy Miles

  • Smith, Christopher J.P., ‘Fields, Farms and More’, Acumen, 67 (May 2010), 117–119 (Review of The Shadow House by Kathy Miles)
  • Wilkins, Owain, ‘Three Women Poets’, Planet, 198 (Spring 2010), 132 Review of The Shadow House by Kathy Miles)
  • Wills, Jackie. Rev. of Quaintness and Other Offences, by Ann Drysdale, and Cure for a Crooked Smile, by Chris Kinsey, and The Shadow House, by Kathy Miles. Poetry Wales, 46.2 (Autumn 2010), 67

Kevin Mills

  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of Fool, by Kevin Mills, in Gwales (2009), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781905614806&tsid=61 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Mackenzie, Rob A., ‘Rob A. Mackenzie considers two recent debut collections of poetry’, New Welsh Review, 88 (Summer 2010), 84–85 (Review of Fool by Kevin Mills)
  • Mackenzie, Rob A., ‘Rob A. Mackenzie enjoys the charming complexity of this poetry collection’, New Welsh Review, 98 (Winter 2012), 95–97 (Review of Libra by Kevin Mills)
  • Poole, Richard, ‘Contrasting Styles’, Planet, (Summer 2009), 143 (Review of Fool by Kevin Mills)

Sharon Morris

  • Brackenbury, Alison.  Rev. of Muscovy by Matthew Francis, Gospel Oak by Sharon Morris, and Warriors by David Lloyd. Poetry Wales, 49.1 (Summer 2013), 63–64
  • Constantine, David, ‘Setting out on the Poetic Path’, Poetry London, 58 (Autumn 2007), 37 (Review of False Spring)
  • Constantine, David, ‘Setting out on the Poetic Path’, in Poetry London, 58 (Autumn 2007), <http://www.poetrylondon.co.uk/magazines/58/article/setting-out-on-the-poetic-path> [accessed 6 February 2013]
  • Gray, Kathryn, ‘Hendrix on Guitar, Handel on Harpsichord’, Poetry Review, 103.4 (Winter 2013), 84 (Review of Gospel Oak by Sharon Morris)
  • Gray, Kathryn, ‘No Time for Idling’, Magma, 39 (Winter 2007/2008), 70–71 (Review of False Spring)
  • McCarthy Woolf, Karen, ‘Music of a Different Kind’, Poetry London, 76 (Autumn 2013), 40–41 (Review of Gospel Oak by Sharon Morris)
  • Ryan, Tracy, ‘Not rejection but extension’, Poetry Review, 98.1 (Spring 2008), 108-109 (Review of False Spring)

Angela Morton

  • Burrows, Wayne. Rev. of Cardiff Cut by Lloyd Robson, and Carreg Las and Other Work by John Jones, and Blue, by Nigel Jenkins, and The Holding Ground, by Angela Morton, and Weak Eros, by David Greenslade, and Paper Songs, by J C Evans, and Adamah, by Jeremy Hooker. Poetry Wales 39.1 (Spring 2003), 70
  • Hartill, Graham, ‘Alchemies of Light’, Planet, 157 (February/March 2003), 108 (The Holding Ground by Angela Morton)

Nicholas Murray

  • Breese, Rosie. Rev. of Pick Me Up, by Anna Kiernan and Harriet Lee-Merrion, Trench Feet, by Nicholas Murray, and
    Dylanation, by Phil Knight, in Poetry Wales (online content) (19 June 2015), <http://poetrywales.co.uk/wp/lang/en/2256/review-three-pamphlets/> [accessed 19 June 2015]
  • Jarvis, Matthew,’Creature Thoughts’, Planet, 178 (August / September 2006), 104–5 (Review of The Narrators by Nicholas Murray)
  • McCulloch, Andrew, ‘Catching the Light’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5772 (November 15, 2013), 28 (Review of Get Real! by Nicholas Murray)
  • Wills, Jackie. Rev. of Strange Horses, by Olivia Byard, and Clueless Dogs, by Rhian Edwards, and Acapulco, by Nicholas Murray. The Warwick Review, Vol. VI No. 3 (September 2012), 175–176

Kate Noakes

  • George, Dai. Rev. of Bottled Air, by Caleb Klaces, and Cape Town, by Kate Noakes. Poetry Wales, 49.2 (Autumn 2013), 70–71
  • Poole, Richard, ‘Contrasting Styles’, Planet, 195 (Summer 2009), 142–143 (Review of The Wallmenders by Kate Noakes)

Kate North

D E Oprava

  • Davies, Lyndon. Rev. of Telling Tales by Patience Agbabi, Winter Moorings by Andrew McNeillie, and The Last Museum of Laughter by D E Oprava. Poetry Wales, 50.3 (Winter 2014/15), 64–65

Fiona Owen

  • Ap Hywel, Elin. Rev. of Imagining the Full Hundred, by Fiona Owen, in Gwales (2003), <http://www.gwales.com/goto/biblio/en/9781903314609/> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Brackenbury, Alison. Rev. of She Inserts the Key, by Marianne Burton, and The Shape of a Forest, by Jemma L. King, and Screen of Brightness, by Fiona Owen and Meredith Andrea. Poetry Wales, 49.2 (Autumn 2013), 67–68
  • Davies, Lyndon, ‘Too Close for Comfort’, Planet, 185 (October/November 2007), 103–104 (Review of Going Gentle by Fiona Owen)
  • Etter, Carrie. Rev. of O My Swan, by Fiona Owen, and Imagining the Full Hundred, by Fiona Owen. New Welsh Review, 64 (Summer 2004), 120–122
  • Finch, Peter. ‘Stuff of Star’, Planet, 166 (August/September 2006), 113 (Review of O My Swan by Fiona Owen)

Stephen Payne

Pascale Petit

  • Baker, Sally. Rev. of Rough Music by Fiona Sampson, and The Wrecking Light, by Robin Robertson, and What the Water Gave Me, by Pascale Petit. The North, 46 (2010), 103
  • Black, D.M, ‘Hidden abysses of feeling; and a private area of experience’, Poetry London, 41 (Spring 2002), 33–34 (Review of The Zoo Father by Pascale Petit)
  • Bolam, Robyn, ‘Tomato is so vulgar and lustful….’ Poetry Review, 95.4 (Winter 2005/6), 105 (Review of The Huntress by Pascale Petit)
  • Brigley, Zoë, ‘Zoë Brigley on a bleak and magnificent vision in verse of the life of Frida Kahlo’, New Welsh Review, 90 (Winter 2010), 73–75 (Review of What the Water Gave Me by Pascale Petit)
  • Brigley, Zoë, ‘The Weeping Woman: Review of Deborah Miranda and Pascale Petit’, in The Midnight Heart (2008), <http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/zoebrigley/entry/the_weeping_woman> [accessed 25 September 2012] (Review of The Huntress by Pascale Petit)
  • Burrows, Wayne, ‘A Sampling of Poetry Pamphlets’, Poetry London, 55 (Autumn 2006), 39 (Review of The Wounded Deer by Pascale Petit)
  • Burrows, Wayne, ‘The Human Zoo’, Planet, 153 (June/July 2002), 106–107 (Review of The Zoo Father by Pascale Petit)
  • Caldwell, Roger, ‘Myths and Stories’, Planet, 175 (February/March 2006), 96–97 Review of The Huntress by Pascale Petit)
  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of What the Water Gave Me, by Pascale Petit, in Gwales (2010), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854115157&tsid=109 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Coates, Dave. Rev. of Fauverie, by Pascale Petit, and The Lantern Cage, by Kelly Grovier. Poetry Wales, 50.4 (Spring 2015), 68–69
  • Corbett, Sarah, ‘Reading the fault-lines’, New Welsh Review, 56 (Summer 2002), 175–177 (Review of The Zoo Father by Pascale Petit)
  • Crowther, Claire. Rev. of What the Water Gave Me, by Pascale Petit. Poetry Wales, 46.2 (Autumn 2010), 69–71
  • Dawes, Kwame, ‘Stone butterflies and the pleasures of sex’, Poetry London, 32 (Spring 1999), 30 (Review of Heart of a Deer by Pascale Petit)
  • Gray, Kathryn. Rev. of The Huntress, by Pascale Petit, and The Wounded Deer, by Pascale Petit, and Stitching the Dark, by Carole Satyamurti, and The Usher’s Torch, by Linda Rose Parks. Magma, 33 (Winter 2005), 66–68
  • Howe, Sarah, ‘Personal Gods’, Poetry Review, 105.1 (Spring 2015), 92–93 (Review of Fauverie by Pascale Petit)
  • Hubbard, Sue. Rev. of The Treekeeper’s Tale, by Pascale Petit, and Long-Haul Travellers, by Sheenagh Pugh. Poetry Wales, 45.1 (Summer 2009), 61–62
  • Hubbard, Sue. Rev. of What the Water Gave Me, by Pascale Petit, in Sue Hubbard author website (2011), <http://www.suehubbard.com/reviews/pascale_petit.shtml> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Hughes, Sian, ‘Daddy, I’m Through’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5165 (March 29, 2002), 24 (Review of The Zoo Father by Pascale Petit)
  • Kennedy, David, ‘I, the Atrocity’, in Stride Magazine (2010), <http://www.stridemagazine.co.uk/Stride%20mag2010/dec%202010/Pascale%20Petit’s%20Kahlo.htm> [accessed 11 November 2012] (Review of What the Water Gave Me by Pascale Petit)
  • Killick, John. Rev. of The Wasting Game, by Philip Gross, and Heart of a Deer, by Pascale Petit. The North, 24 (1999), 46–47
  • Llewellyn-Williams, Hilary. Rev. of The Brief History of a Disreputable Woman, by Jane Holland, and Heart of a Deer, by Pascale Petit. Poetry Wales, 34.3 (Winter 1998/9), 69–70
  • Llewellyn-Williams, Hilary. Rev. of The Zoo Father, by Pascale Petit. Poetry Wales, 38.2 (Autumn 2002), 62–63
  • Lomas, Herbert. Rev. of The Huntress, by Pascale Petit. Ambit, 183 (Winter 2006), 56–57
  • Marsh, Johnny, ‘Painting, Poetry, Music, The Images of Pascale Petit’, Agenda, 44.2–3 (Spring 2009), 104–106 (Review of What the Water Gave Me by Pascale Petit)
  • McCully, Chris. Rev. of The Distance Between Us, by Fiona Sampson, and The Huntress by Pascale Petit. Poetry Wales, 41.2 (Autumn 2005), 62
  • Minhinnick, Robert, ‘A hair-raising ride to a powerfully imaginative territory’, Poetry London, 52 (Autumn 2005), 29–30 (Review of The Huntress and The Wounded Deer by Pascale Petit)
  • Morley, David, ‘How art works on the pain spectrum’, Magma, 48 (Winter 2010/11), 69–70 (Review of What the Water Gave Me by Pascale Petit)
  • Mort, Helen, ‘Re-weaving the Rainbow’, Poetry London, 67 (Autumn 2010), 36–37 (Review of What the Water Gave Me by Pascale Petit)
  • Mort, Helen, ‘Re-weaving the Rainbow’, in Poetry London (Autumn 2010), <http://www.poetrylondon.co.uk/magazines/67/article/re-weaving-the-rainbow> [accessed 25 September 2012] (Review of
 What the Water Gave Me by Pascale Petit)
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  • Nelson, Helena, ‘Silence is Golden’, London Magazine (February/March 2006), 121–123 (Review of The Huntress by Pascale Petit)
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  • Padel, Ruth. Rev. of What the Water Gave Me, by Pascale Petit’, in Guardian Books (12 June 2010), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2010/jun/12/what-water-gave-me-petit> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Paine, Vicky. Rev. of The Treekeeper’s Tale, by Pascale Petit. in Eyewear (10 June 2009), <http://toddswift.blogspot.co.uk/2009/06/guest-review-paine-on-petit.html> [accessed 25 September 2012]
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  • Ravinthiran, Vidyan, ‘Reviews Pascale Petit, Leontia Flynn and Jane Griffiths’, in Horizon Review, Issue 2, <http://www.saltpublishing.com/horizon/issues/02/text/ravinthiran_vidyan_review.htm> [accessed 25 September 2012]
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  • Underwood, Jack, ‘Leaping Around a World’, Poetry London, 63 (Summer 2009), 41 (Review of The Treekeeper’s Tale by Pascale Petit)
  • Wardle, Sarah, ‘Sarah Wardle delights in recent collections from two of Wales’s foremost poets’, New Welsh Review, 84 (Summer 2009), 93–95 (Review of The Treekeeper’s Tale by Pascale Petit)
  • Williams, Jeni, ‘Jeni Williams considers a brilliant but troubling collection of poems’, New Welsh Review, 71 (Spring 2006), 80–81 Review of The Huntress by Pascale Petit)
  • Williams, Noel. Rev. of Of Bird and Bees, by A. F. Harrold, and The Treekeeper’s Tale, by Pascale Petit, and The English Civil War Part 2, by Keith Chandler, and Etymology, by Bryan Walpert. The North, 44 (2009), 63–64

Heather Phillipson

Meryl Pugh

Lynne Rees

  • Jarvis, Matthew, ‘Under the Knife’, Planet, 176 (April May 2006), 101 (Review of Learning How to Fall by Lynne Rees)
  • Maynard, Clare. Rev. of Learning How to Fall, by Lynne Rees, in Gwales (2005), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781902638607&tsid=89 – top> [accessed 20 November 2012]
  • Swift, Todd, ‘Two from the School of Sinister, one from the heart’, Magma, 35 (Summer 2006), 71–72 (Review of Learning How to Fall by Lynne Rees)
  • Wack, Amy. Rev. of A Cracked Prism, by Lorna Catriona Lloyd, and Learning How to Fall, by Lynne Rees, and Body Beautiful, by Ifor Thomas Poetry Wales, 41.4 (Spring 2006), 69–70

Simon Rees

Deryn Rees-Jones

  • Atkinson, Tiffany. Rev. of Quiver, by Deryn Rees-Jones. New Welsh Review, 68 (Summer 2005), 95–97
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘As I went out jogging one morning’, The Times: Weekend Review (Saturday, July 3 2004), 17 (Review of Quiver by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of Burying the Wren, by Deryn Rees-Jones, in Gwales (2012), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854115768&tsid=125 – top> [accessed 26 November 2012]
  • Dixon, Oliver, ‘Oliver Dixon enjoys a wintry, wider-ranging and deeply felt collection’, New Welsh Review, 98 (Winter 2012), 93–95 (Review of Burying the Wren by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Griffin, Carl. Rev. of Burying the Wren, by Deryn Rees-Jones’, in Wales Arts Review (2012), <http://www.walesartsreview.org/burying-the-wren-by-deryn-rees-jones/> [accessed 12 November 2012]
  • Gross, Philip. Rev. of Quiver, by Deryn Rees-Jones. Poetry Wales, 40.2 (Autumn 2004), 65–66
  • Hartill, Graham. ‘Convention and Beyond’, Poetry Review, 98.4 (Winter 2008), 113 (Review of Falls and Finds by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Houston, Douglas, ‘Serendipity’, Poetry Review, 90.1 (Spring 2000), 62 (Review of Signs Round a Dead Body by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Hubbard, Sue. Rev. of Landing, by Steve Griffiths, and Cuffs, by Byron Beynon, and Lament for Ali Farka Touré, and Falls and Finds, by Deryn Rees-Jones. Poetry Wales, 44.2 (Autumn 2008), 68
  • Hughes, Sian. Rev. of Signs Round a Dead Body, by Deryn Rees-Jones. Poetry Wales, 34.4 (Spring 1999), 64–66
  • Kay, Francesca. Rev. of And You, Helen, by Deryn Rees-Jones. Planet, 216 (Winter 2014), 153–154
  • King, Jemma L.. Rev of And You, Helen, by Deryn Rees-Jones, in Gwales (2014), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781781721728&tsid=19#top> [accessed 20 November 2014)
  • Mackenzie, Rob A. Rev. of Falls and Finds, by Deryn Rees-Jones, in Sphinx Reviews, 9 (2009), <http://www.sphinxreview.co.uk/pamphlet-reviews/earlier/23-sphinx-issue-9/191-falls-and-findsderyn-rees-jones> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Mayhew, Jessica. Rev. of Burying the Wren, by Deryn Rees-Jones, in Eyewear (23 October 2012), <http://toddswift.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/guest-review-mayhew-on-rees-jones.html> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Milne, W.S., ‘Omnium Gatherum of Welsh Books’, Agenda, 44.2–3 (Spring 2009), 141–142 (Review of Falls and Finds by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Murray, Nicholas, ‘Mad about it’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5820 (October 17, 2014), 26 (Review of And You, Helen by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Nelson, Helena. Rev. of Quiver, by Deryn Rees-Jones. Ambit, 179 (Winter 2005), 89
  • O’Neill, Michael, ‘Enticement and Traps’, The London Magazine (April/May 1999), 95–96 (Review of Signs Round a Dead Body by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Phillips, Janet, ‘Don’t Look Back’, Poetry Review, 94.3 (Autumn 2004), 72–74 (Review of Quiver by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Pollard, Clare, ‘The Scale of Things’, Poetry Review, 103.1 (Spring 2013), 111–112 (Review of Burying the Wren by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Powell, Claire, ‘Musing on the Other, Women Re-Viewing Poetry’, Planet, 133 (February/March 1999), 66–68 (Review of Signs Round a Dead Body by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Price, Kate, ‘Tasty Locutions’, PN Review, 129 (September–October 1999), 60 (Review of Signs Round a Dead Body by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Pryce, Alex. Rev. of Burying the Wren, by Deryn Rees-Jones. Poetry Wales, 49.1 (Summer 2013), 61–62
  • Raymond, Gary. Rev. of And You, Helen, by Deryn Rees-Jones and Charlotte Hodes, in Wales Arts Review (2014), <http://www.walesartsreview.org/and-you-helen-by-deryn-rees-jones/> [accessed 18 July 2014]
  • Read, Peter, ‘Who Killed Mara?’ Planet, 170 (April/May 2005), 99–100 (Review of Quiver by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Roberts, Tony, ‘Escaping the Monotonous Mind’, PN Review, 162 (March–April 2005), 79 (Review of Quiver by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Ryan, Declan, ‘Getting My Attention’, Poetry London, 75 (Summer 2013), 48–49 (Review of Burying the Wren by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Sperlinger, Tom. Rev. of Burying the Wren, by Deryn Rees-Jones, in The Huffington Post (30 August 2012), <http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/tom-sperlinger/review-deryn-reesjones-bu_b_1842962.html> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Thomas, Janet. Rev. of Quiver, by Deryn Rees-Jones, in Gwales (2004), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854113542&tsid=125 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Turley, Richard Marggraf, ‘Energetic and Memorable’, Planet, 194 (Spring 2009), 137 (Review of Falls and Finds by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Tyrell, Richard, ‘Love is terrible’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5012 (April 23, 1999), 26 (Review of Signs Round a Dead Body by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Valentine, Ruth, ‘Looking at poetry as sex’, Poetry London, 33 (Summer 1999), 32–33 (Review of Signs Round a Dead Body by Deryn Rees-Jones)
  • Waling, Steven. Rev. of Selected Poems, by Robert Minhinnick, and Lighting a Slow Fuse, by Nicki Jackowska, and Signs Round a Dead Body, by Deryn Rees-Jones. The North 24 (1999), 48
  • Williams, Herbert. Rev. of Midway, by Duncan Bush, and The Milk Thief, by Paul Henry, and Signs Round a Dead Body, by Deryn Rees-Jones. New Welsh Review, 44 (Spring 1999), 95
  • Wills, Jackie. Rev. of Unsent, by Penelope Shuttle, and People Who Like Meatballs, by Selima Hill, and Burying the Wren, by Deryn Rees-Jones, and The Blue Den, by Stephanie Norgate. The Warwick Review, Vol. VI No. 4 (December 2012), 186–187
  • Wolton, River. Rev. of Cusp, by Graham Mort, and Burying the Wren, by Deryn Rees-Jones, and Dangerous Cakes, by Elspeth Smith. The North, 50 (2013), 125

Susan Richardson

Lloyd Robson

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  • Harrison, John. ‘A thrillstoned j-walk’, New Welsh Review, 55 (Spring 2002), 105–106 (Review of Cardiff Cut by Lloyd Robson)
  • Harrison, John. Rev. of bbboing! and associated weirdness by Lloyd Robson, and Shush!, by Lloyd Robson. New Welsh Review, 61 (Autumn 2003), 112–113
  • Hartill, Graham, ‘Happiness, Disturbance, Angst, Planet, 162 (December/January 2003/4), 113–114 (Review of bboing! and associated weirdness by Lloyd Robson)
  • Pugh, Sheenagh. Rev. of Folklore by Catherine Fisher, and Sardines and Other Poems, by Stephen Knight, and Earthworks, by various, and Departures and Returns, by Idris Caffrey, and Questioning the Comet, by Stevie Krayer, and Featherpaths, by Clyde Holmes, and Clutching…amber, by John Alcock, and Alice’s Cat, by Anne Grimes, and The Everyday Apocalypse, by David Thomas Lloyd, and The Gospel According to Frank, by David Lloyd, and Shush! (CD), by Lloyd Robson. Poetry Wales, 40.3 (Winter 2004/5), 68 (Review of Shush! by Lloyd Robson), 69

Don Rodgers

  • Burrows, Wayne. Rev. of Multiverse, by Don Rodgers. Poetry Wales, 37.1 (July 2001), 70–71

Rhian Saadat

  • Clothier, Jack. Rev. of Window Dressing for Hermès, by Rhian Saadat, in Gwales (2004), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781902638409&tsid=105#top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Kennedy, David, ‘Reality Checks’, Planet, 167 (October/November 2004), 111–112 (Review of Window Dressing for Hermès by Rhian Saadat)
  • North, Kate. Rev. of Window Dressing for Hermès, by Rhian Saadat, and An Anthology of Contemporary Russian Poets, eds. Valentina Polukhina and Daniel Weissbort, and Selected Poems, by Frank O’Hara. The North, 37 (2005), 54–55
  • Powell, Claire. Rev. of Window Dressing for Hermès, by Rhian Saadat. New Welsh Review, 66 (Winter 2004), 99–101
  • Roberts, Tony, ‘Escaping the Monotonous Mind’, PN Review, 162 (March–April 2005), 79 (Review of Window Dressing for Hermès by Rhian Saadat)
  • Skoulding, Zoë. Rev. of Window Dressing for Hermès, by Rhian Saadat. Poetry Wales, 40.2 (Autumn 2004), 68–69

Fiona Sampson

  • Baker, Sally. Rev. of Rough Music by Fiona Sampson, and The Wrecking Light, by Robin Robertson, and What the Water Gave Me, by Pascale Petit. The North 46 (2010), 101–102
  • Belltree, Kittie. Rev. of Coleshill, by Fiona Sampson, in New Welsh Review (online blog content) (3 June 2013), <http://www.newwelshreview.com/article.php?id=541> [accessed 3 June 2013]
  • Bentley, Barbara. Rev of Folding the Real, by Fiona Sampson, and The Bed of Memory, by Jean Earle. Poetry Wales, 37.3 (Winter 2001/02), 66–67
  • Burnhope, Mark, ‘What comes out in the wash’, Magma, 57 (Winter 2013), 67–68 (Review of Coleshill by Fiona Sampson)
  • Burns, Jim. Rev. of The Distance Between Us, by Fiona Sampson. Ambit, 182 (Autumn 2005), 61
  • Caldwell, Roger, ‘Myths and Stories’, Planet, 175 (February/March 2006), 97–98 (Review of The Distance Between Us by Fiona Sampson)
  • Clare, Aingeal, ‘About the Landscape’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5462 (December 7, 2007), 27 (Review of Common Prayer by Fiona Sampson)
  • Corn, Alfred. Rev. of Common Prayer, by Fiona Sampson. The Wolf, 16 (Winter 2007/8), 44–46
  • Crown, Sarah, ‘A good distance apart’, Guardian Review (27 May 2006), 18 (Review of The Distance Between Us by Fiona Sampson)
  • Crown, Sarah, ‘A good distance apart’, in Guardian Books (27 May 2006), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2006/may/27/featuresreviews.guardianreview19> [accessed 25 September 2012] (Review of The Distance Between Us by Fiona Sampson)
  • Etter, Carrie, ‘Two and One’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5382 (May 26, 2006), 28 (Review of The Distance Between Us by Fiona Sampson)
  • Herbert, W.N., ‘New Premisses Required’, Poetry London, 58 (Autumn 2007), 26–27 (Review of Common Prayer by Fiona Sampson)
  • Hughes, Suzy Ceulan. Rev. of Common Prayer, by Fiona Sampson, in Gwales (2008), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781857549423&tsid=95 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Jarvis, Matthew. Rev. of The Distance Between Us, by Fiona Sampson. New Welsh Review, 69 (Autumn 2005), 93–94
  • Liardet, Tim, ‘Love’s Latest Manifestation’, PN Review, 169 (May–June 2006), 72–73 (Review of The Distance Between Us by Fiona Sampson)
  • Liardet, Tim, ‘Peculiar Grace’, PN Review, 197 (January–February 2011), 87–88 (Review of Rough Music by Fiona Sampson)
  • Liardet, Tim. Rev. of Common Prayer, by Fiona Sampson. The Warwick Review, Vol. I No. 4 (December 2007), 131–134
  • Lomas, Herbert. Rev. of Common Prayer, by Fiona Sampson. Ambit, 191 (Winter 2008), 62–63
  • Maris, Kathryn, ‘Intuitively aural, an international aesthetic, and a work of genius’, Poetry London, 52 (Autumn 2005), 28 (Review of The Distance Between Us by Fiona Sampson)
  • Markham, Jehane. Rev. of Folding the Real, by Fiona Sampson. Ambit, 173 (Summer 2003), 75–76
  • McCarthy, Patricia. Rev. of In Mortal Memory, by Andrew McNeillie, and Rough Music by Fiona Sampson. The Warwick Review, Vol. 4 No. 3 (September 2010), 176–179)
  • McCulloch, Andrew, ‘Divine Shreds’, Times Literary Supplement,  5766 (4 October, 2013), 22 (Review of Coleshill by Fiona Sampson)
  • McCully, Chris. Rev. of The Distance Between Us, by Fiona Sampson, and The Huntress by Pascale Petit. Poetry Wales, 41.2 (Autumn 2005), 61–62
  • McKeon, Belinda, ‘Review: Fiona Sampson, Common Prayer’, in Belinda McKeon author website, <http://www.belindamckeon.com/work/review-fiona-sampson-common-prayer> [accessed 25 September 2012] (originally published by Irish Times, 26 January 2008)
  • Moore, Kim. Rev. of Coleshill, by Fiona Sampson. Acumen, 77 (September 2013), 110–113
  • Mort, Graham. Rev. of Black Country by Liz Berry, Coleshill by Fiona Sampson, and Faithful and Virtuous Night by Louise Glück. The North, 53 (Autumn 2014), 107–108
  • Mort, Helen, ‘Maps of All Those Empty Towns’, Poetry London, 76 (Autumn 2013), 37–38 (Review of Coleshill by Fiona Sampson)
  • Nisbet, Robert, ‘Three Voices’, Planet, 150 (December/January 2001/02), 110–111 (Review of Folding the Real by Fiona Sampson)
  • O’Brien, Sean. Rev. of Coleshill, by Fiona Sampson. Guardian Review (24 August 2013), 14
  • O’Brien, Sean. Rev. of Coleshill, by Fiona Sampson, in Guardian Books (24 August 2013), <http://www.theguardian.com/books/2013/aug/23/coleshill-fiona-sampson-review> [accessed 24 August 2013]
  • O’Brien, Sean. Rev. of Rough Music, by Fiona Sampson. The Sunday Times: Culture (22 August 2010), 40
  • Padel, Ruth. Rev. of Rough Music, by Fiona Sampson. Guardian Review (28 August 2010), 12
  • Padel, Ruth. Rev. of Rough Music, by Fiona Sampson, in Guardian Books (28 August 2010), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2010/aug/28/rough-music-fiona-sampson-review> [accessed September 25 2012]
  • Rotstein, Jason, ‘English Properness’, Acumen, 57 (January 2007), 107–108 (Review of The Distance Between Us by Fiona Sampson)
  • Rumens, Carol. ‘Poets who dance to the music of time’, The Independent (20 August 2010), 23 (Review of Rough Music by Fiona Sampson)
  • Rumens, Carol. Rev. of Of Mutability, by Jo Shapcott, and Rough Music, by Fiona Sampson, in The Independent (20 August 2010), <http://www.independent.co.uk:arts-entertainment/books/reviews/of-mutability-by-jo-shapcottbr-rough-music-by-fiona-sampson-2056878.html> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Salt, Hannah, ‘Catkins and petalled flowers’, Magma, 39 (Winter 2007/8), 64–66 (Review of Common Prayer by Fiona Sampson)
  • Sharman, Ruth, ‘Shifting Boundaries, Nowness and Thisness and a Retired Vampire’, Poetry London, 40 (Autumn 2001), 30 (Review of Folding the Real by Fiona Sampson)
  • Skoulding, Zoë. Rev. of Common Prayer, by Fiona Sampson, and Salt Monody, by Marzanna Kielar. Poetry Wales, 43.2 (Autumn 2007), 58–59
  • Smith, Alex, ‘Of Form and Narrative’, Agenda 45.3 (Autumn/Winter 2010), 122–125 (Review of Rough Music by Fiona Sampson)
  • Smith, Simon, ‘Of Metaphysics and Kitchen Sinks’, PN Review, 178 (November–December 2007), 69–70 (Review of Common Prayer by Fiona Sampson)
  • Sönmez, Can. Rev. of What the Water Gave Me, by Pascale Petit, and De Chirico’s Threads, by Carol Rumens, and You Are Her, by Linda France, and The Breakfast Machine, by Helen Ivory. The Warwick Review Vol. IV No. 3 (September 2010), 155–157
  • Sperling, Matthew, ‘Matthew Sperling reviews Common Prayer by Fiona Sampson’, in Tower Poetry (2007), <http://www.towerpoetry.org.uk/poetry-matters/reviews/reviews-archive/207- matthew-sperling-reviews-common-prayer-by-fiona-sampson> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Stone, Will, ‘Shaken not stirred’, Poetry Ireland Review, 93 (March 2008), 87–89 (Review of Common Prayer by Fiona Sampson)
  • Thorpe, Adam, ‘A lens of rising water’, Guardian Review (14 July 2007), 18 (Review of Common Prayer by Fiona Sampson)
  • Thorpe, Adam, ‘A lens of rising water’, in Guardian Books (12 July 2007), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2007/jul/14/featuresreviews.guardianreview25> [accessed 25 September 2012] (Review of Common Prayer by Fiona Sampson)
  • Toal, Catherine, ‘Transitional Styx’, Poetry Ireland Review, 103 (April 2011), 119–120 (Review of Rough Music by Fiona Sampson)
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Owen Sheers

  • Brigley, Zoë. Rev. of The Blue Book, by Owen Sheers, in ReadySteadyBook (12 March 2005), <http://www.readysteadybook.com/BookReview.aspx?isbn=1854112775> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Brownjohn, Alan. ‘Creature Comforts’, The Sunday Times: Culture (30 July 2006), 47 (Review of Skirrid Hill by Owen Sheers)
  • Caldwell, Roger, ‘On the Slopes of the hill’, Planet, 177 (June/July 2006), 91–92 (Review of Skirrid Hill by Owen Sheers)
  • Caldwell, Roger, ‘Peripheral Visions’, PN Review, 172 (November–December 2006), 72 (Review of Skirrid Hill by Owen Sheers)
  • Caseley, M.C., ‘In the Valleys’, in Stride Magazine (2005), <http://www.stridemagazine.co.uk/2006/jan 2006/caseley.sheers rev.htm> [accessed 11 November 2012] (Review of Skirrid Hill by Owen Sheers)
  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of Pink Mist, by Owen Sheers, in Gwales (2014), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9780571315574&tsid=18#top> [accessed 18 November 2014]
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  • Cole, Olivia, ‘Olivia Cole reviews The Blue Book by Owen Sheers, in Tower Poetry (2005), <http://www.towerpoetry.org.uk/reviews/reviews-archive/168-olivia-cole-reviews-skirrid-hill-by-owen- sheers> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Copus, Julia, ‘A Time Before Footwear,’ Poetry Review, 90.4 (Winter 2000/1), 70–71 (Review of The Blue Book by Owen Sheers)
  • Crown, Sarah, ‘Parting of the Ways (and other dislocations)’, Guardian Review (25 February 2006), 20 (Review of Skirrid Hill by Owen Sheers)
  • Crown, Sarah ‘Parting of the Ways (and other dislocations)’, in Guardian Books (25 February 2006), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2006/feb/25/featuresreviews.guardianreview28> [accessed 25 September 2012] (Review of Skirrid Hill by Owen Sheers)
  • Etter, Carrie, ‘While Skirrid Hill has its moments, Carrie Etter wishes Owen Sheers would learn to trust his readers more’, New Welsh Review, 72 (Summer 2006), 80–82
  • Fisher, Catherine. Rev. The Blue Book, by Owen Sheers. New Welsh Review, 50 (Autumn 2000), 80–81
  • Garfitt, Roger, ‘The Pity of War’, PN Review, 220 (November–December 2014), 85 (Review of Pink Mist by Owen Sheers)
  • Goodland, Giles, ‘Three Welsh Poets’, Poetry Review, 96.4 (Winter 2006/7), 109–110 (Review of Skirrid Hill by Owen Sheers)
  • Griffin, Carl. Rev. of Pink Mist, by Owen Sheers, in Wales Arts Review (2013) <http://www.walesartsreview.org/pink-mist-by-owen-sheers/> [accessed 27 June 2013]
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  • Kellaway, Kate. Rev. of Pink Mist, by Owen Sheers, in Guardian Books (26 May 2013), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2013/may/26/pink-list-owen-sheers-review> [accessed 26 May 2013)
  • Kennedy, David, ‘Different Directions’, PN Review, 135 (September–October 2000), 62 (Review of The Blue Book by Owen Sheers)
  • Keogan, Kate, ‘Transitions and Translations’, Acumen, 55 (May 2006), 94–95 (Review of Skirrid Hill by Owen Sheers)
  • Knight, Stephen. Rev. of The Blue Book, by Owen Sheers. The Times Literary Supplement, 5071 (June 9, 2000), 32
  • Leviston, Frances, ‘A face of the fields’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5378 (April 28, 2006), 28 (Review of Skirrid Hill by Owen Sheers)
  • McCully, Chris. Rev. of Skirrid Hill, by Owen Sheers. Poetry Wales, 41.3 (Winter 2005/6), 68–69
  • Murphy, Michael. Rev. of The Blue Book, by Owen Sheers. Poetry Wales, 36.2 (Autumn 2000), 64–66
  • Nelson, Helena. Rev. of Skirrid Hill, by Owen Sheers. Ambit, 183 (Winter 2006), 83
  • Powell, Claire, ‘Seconding the Motion’, Planet, 140 (April/May 2000), 42–46 (Review of The Blue Book by Owen Sheers)
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  • Stansfield, Katherine. Rev. of Pink Mist, by Owen Sheers. Poetry Wales, 49.2 (Autumn 2013), 63–64

Rosie Shepperd

  • McCulloch, Andrew, ‘Catching the Light’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5772 (November 15, 2013), 29 (Review of That so-easy thing by Rosie Shepperd)
  • Stannard, Martin, ‘Be on Your Guard’, in Stride Magazine (2012), <http://www.stridemagazine.co.uk/Stride mag 2012/Oct 2012/stannardREVIEW.htm> [accessed 13 November 2012] (Review of That so-easy thing by Rosie Shepperd)

Zoë Skoulding

  • Anonymous. Rev. of The Museum of Disappearing Sounds, by Zoë Skoulding, in Gatehouse Press (online content) (February, 2014), <http://www.gatehousepress.com/2014/02/review-the-museum-of-disappearing-sounds-zoe-skoulding/> [accessed 22 June 2014]
  • Batchelor, Paul. Rev. of The Never-Never, by Kathryn Gray, and The Mirror Trade, by Zoë Skoulding. Poetry Wales, 40.3 (Winter 2004/5), 59–60
  • Brigley, Zoë, ‘Zoë Brigley on three chapbooks that push against the boundary of meaning’, New Welsh Review, 79 (Spring 2008), 79–80 (Review of Dark Wires by Zoë Skoulding and Ian Davidson)
  • Etter, Carrie. Rev. of The Mirror Trade, by Zoë Skoulding. New Welsh Review, 68 (Summer 2005), 107–108
  • Evans-Bush, Katy, ‘Out of Reach’, Poetry London, 78 (Summer 2014), 37–38 (Review of The Museum of Disappearing Sounds by Zoë Skoulding)
  • Hart, David, ‘David Hart hails an unusually significant poetry collection’, New Welsh Review, 81 (Autumn 2008), 89–90 (Review of Remains of a Future City by Zoë Skoulding)
  • Hill, Greg, ‘Smoke and Mirrors’, Planet, 168 (December/January 2004/05), 104–105 (Review of The Mirror Trade by Zoë Skoulding)
  • Howe, Sarah. Rev. of So Many Moving Parts by Tiffany Atkinson and The Museum of Disappearing Sounds by Zoë Skoulding. Poetry Wales, 50.1 (Summer 2014), 69–71
  • Hughes, Suzy Ceulan. Rev. of Remains of a Future City, by Zoë Skoulding, in Gwales (2008), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854114754&tsid=99 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Jackson, Catriona. Rev. of The Mirror Trade, by Zoë Skoulding, in Gwales (2004), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854113665&tsid=102 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Keogan, Kate, ‘Three Debuts’, The North, 37 (2005), 57–58 (Review of The Mirror Trade by Zoë Skoulding)
  • Lewis, Malcolm. Rev. of Tide boy, by David Hughes, and Tide Table, by Zoë Skoulding, and Looking Through Time, by Herbert Williams, and Look Up Without Laughing, by Robert Havard, and Voices from a Burning Boat, by Stevie Krayer. Planet, 135 (June/July 1999), 113
  • Martindale, Kym, ‘Kym Martindale finds this poet the best kind of curator’, New Welsh Review, 100 (Summer 2013), 112–114 (Review of The Museum of Disappearing Sounds by Zoë Skoulding)
  • Milne, W.S., ‘Omnium Gatherum of Welsh Books’, Agenda, 44.2–3 (Spring 2009), 137 (Review of Remains of a Future City by Zoë Skoulding)
  • Routh ,Jane, ‘Urban/Rural’, in Stride Magazine (March 2009),                                     <http://www.stridemagazine.co.uk/Stride%20mag2009/March%202009/Skoulding%20&%20Voigt.htm> [accessed 25 September 2012] Seed, Ian, Rev. of Remains of a Future City, by Zoë Skoulding, in Shadowtrain 2009, <http://www.shadowtrain.com/id324.html> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Skinner, Richard. Rev. of The Museum of Disappearing Sounds, in Write Out Loud (online content) (20 April 2014), <http://www.writeoutloud.net/public/blogentry.php?blogentryid=42039> [accessed 22 June 2014]
  • Stephenson, Paul. Rev. of The Cartographer Tries to Map a Way to Zion, by Kei Miller, and The Museum of Disappearing Sounds, by Zoë Skoulding. The North, 53 (Autumn 2014), 124
  • Swift, Todd, ‘The Less Aggrieved’, Poetry London, 63 (Summer 2009), 36 (Review of Remains of a Future City by Zoë Skoulding)
  • Wandor, Michelene, ‘The Medium is the Message’, Poetry Review, 98.4 (Winter 2008), 107 (Review of Remains of a Future City by Zoë Skoulding)
  • Williams, Gee, ‘Me, Myself and I’, Planet, 193 (February/March 2009), 107 (Review of Remains of a Future City by Zoë Skoulding)  

Katherine Stansfield

  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of Playing House, by Katherine Stansfield, in Gwales (2015), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781852248888&tsid=10 – top> [accessed 22 April 2015]
  • Crowther, Claire. Rev. of Little Man by Richard James Jones, Playing House by Katherine Stansfield, Tilt by Rosalind Hudis, and The Mystic and the Pig Thief. Poetry Wales, 50.4 (Spring 2015), 65
  • MacKenzie, Vicky. Rev. of Playing House, by Katherine Stansfield. New Welsh Review, 107 (Spring 2015), p. (TBC)

John Tanner

  • Poole, Richard, ‘Tasty and Nourishing’, Planet, 185 (October/November 2007), 97 (Review of Pieces by John Tanner)

Rhys Trimble

  • Clark, Caroline, Rev. of Keinc, by Rhys Trimble, in Gwales (2010), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781907090028&tsid=69 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Crowther, Claire. Rev. of Mynydd, by Rhys Trimble, and Conquest, by Zoë Brigley. Poetry Wales, 48.1 (Summer 2012), 68–69
  • Duncan, Andrew. Rev. of The Door of Taldir, Selected Poems, by Paul Evans, and Keinc, by Rhys Trimble’, Poetry Wales, 46.2 (Autumn 2010), 59–60

Richard Marggraf Turley

  • Caldwell, Roger, ‘Chinese Brushstrokes’, Planet, 195 (Summer 2009), 145 (Review of Wan-Hu’s Flying Chair by Richard Marggraf Turley)
  • Clark, Caroline, Rev. of Wan-Hu’s Flying Chair, by Richard Marggraf Turley, in Gwales (2009), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781844714438&tsid=119 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Gray, Kathryn, ‘At Home and Abroad’, New Welsh Review, 76 (Summer 2007), 32–33 (Review of Whiteout by Damian Walford Davies and Richard Marggraf Turley)
  • Kavounas, Alice, ‘Welsh Landscape’, Poetry Review, 98.1 (Spring 2008), 109–110 (Review of Whiteout by Damian Walford Davies and Richard Marggraf Turley)
  • Kinsey, Chris, ‘Chris Kinsey on two new collections’, New Welsh Review, 79 (Spring 2008), 88–89 (Review of Wan-Hu’s Flying Chair by Richard Marggraf Turley)
  • Liardet, Tim. Rev. of Suit of Lights, by Damian Walford Davies, and Wan-Hu’s Flying Chair, by Richard Marggraf Turley. Poetry Wales, 45.2 (Autumn 2009), 58–59
  • Maynard, Clare, Rev. of The Fossil-Box, by Richard Margraf Turley, in Gwales (2007), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781905614356&tsid=119 – top> [accessed 20 November 2012]
  • Murray, Nicholas, ‘Verbal Acuteness’, Planet, 184 (August/September 2007), 111–112 (Review of Whiteout by Damian Walford Davies and Richard Marggraf Turley)
  • Smith, Christopher J.P., ‘Tactile Essences’, Acumen, 60 (January 2008), 99–101 (Review of The Fossil-Box by Richard Marggraf Turley)
  • Steven, Kenneth, ‘Disturbing Things’, Planet, 188 (April/May 2008), 109 (Review of The Fossil-Box by Richard Marggraf Turley)
  • Wilkins, Owain. Rev. of Ingrid’s Husband, by Paul Henry, and The Fossil-Box, by Richard Marggraf Turley. Poetry Wales, 43.3 (Winter 2007/08), 57–58
  • Wills, Jackie. Rev. of Hyphasis, by Lyndon Davies, and Whiteout, by Damian Walford Davies and Richard Marggraf Turley, and Little Gods, by Jacob Polley. Poetry Wales, 42.4 (Spring 2007), 60–61

Damian Walford Davies

  • Brackenbury, Alison. Rev. of Suit of Lights, by Damian Walford Davies, and Weighing the Air, by Peter Howard, and Furniture, by Lorraine Mariner, and A Ghost in my House, by Lorna Thorpe. The North, 44 (2009), 68–69
  • Brigley, Zoë. Rev. of Witch by Damian Walford Davies. Planet, 209 (Spring 2013), 151–152
  • Clark, Caroline, Rev. of Suit of Lights, by Damian Walford Davies, in Gwales (2009), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854114938&tsid=117 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Clark, Caroline. Rev. of Witch, by Damian Walford Davies, in Gwales (2012), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854115799&tsid=115 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Ebenezer, Lyn. Rev. of Poets’ Graves, by Damian Walford Davies, Mererid Hopwood, and Paul White, in Gwales (2014), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781848517394&tsid=21#top> [accessed 20 November 2014)
  • Entwistle, Alice. Rev. of Witch, by Damian Walford Davies. Poetry Wales, 48.2 (Autumn 2012), 67–68
  • George, Dai, Rev. of Suit of Lights, by Damian Walford Davies, in Echo From the Canyon (12 November 2009), <http://echofromthecanyon.blogspot.co.uk/2009/11/dai-george-on-suit-of-lights-by-damian.html> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Gray, Kathryn, ‘At Home and Abroad’, New Welsh Review, 76 (Summer 2007), 32–33 (Review of Whiteout by Damian Walford Davies and Richard Marggraf Turley)
  • Kavounas, Alice, ‘Welsh Landscape’, Poetry Review, 98.1 (Spring 2008), 109–110 (Review of Whiteout by Damian Walford Davies and Richard Marggraf Turley)
  • Liardet, Tim. Rev. of Suit of Lights, by Damian Walford Davies, and Wan-Hu’s Flying Chair, by Richard Marggraf Turley. Poetry Wales, 45.2 (Autumn 2009), 58–59
  • Maynard, Clare, Rev. of Whiteout, by Damian Walford Davies and Richard Margraf Turley, in Gwales (2006), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781905762156&tsid=119 – top> [accessed 20 November 2012]
  • Merritt, Matt, Rev. of Suit of Lights, by Damian Walford Davies, in Polyolbion (22 March 2010), <http://polyolbion.blogspot.co.uk/2010/03/suit-of-lights-damian-walford-davies.html> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Murray, Nicholas, ‘Verbal Acuteness’, Planet, 184 (August/September 2007), 111–112 (Review of Whiteout by Damian Walford Davies and Richard Marggraf Turley)
  • Murray, Nicholas, ‘Of Pipistrelles and Comic Strips’, Planet, 196 (Autumn 2009), 135–136 (Review of Suit of Lights by Damian Walford Davies)
  • Redmond, John, ‘John Redmond detects influences, anxieties and great promise in a first collection from Damian Walford Davies’, New Welsh Review, 86 (Winter 2009), 77–79 (Review of Suit of Lights by Damian Walford Davies)
  • Rhys, Robert. Rev. of Poets’ Graves, by Paul White, Damian Walford Davies, and Mereid Hopwood. Planet, 215 (Autumn 2014), 151–153
  • Stannard, Martin, ‘Be on Your Guard’, in Stride Magazine (2012), <http://www.stridemagazine.co.uk/Stride%20mag%202012/Oct%202012/stannardREVIEW.htm> [accessed 13 November 2012] (Review of Witch by Damian Walford Davies)
  • Wainwright, Sarah, Rev. of Witch, by Damian Walford Davies, in Wales Arts Review (2012), <http://www.walesartsreview.org/witch-by-damian-walford-davies/> [accessed 25 September 2012]
  • Wills, Jackie. Rev. of Hyphasis, by Lyndon Davies, and Whiteout, by Damian Walford Davies and Richard Marggraf Turley, and Little Gods, by Jacob Polley. Poetry Wales, 42.4 (Spring 2007), 60–61
  • Yeh, Jane, ‘Jane Yeh hails a collection that is vividly imaginative, intelligent and engrossing’, New Welsh Review, 98 (Winter 2012), 88–90 (Review of Witch by Damian Walford Davies)

Peter Walker

Anna Wigley

  • Atkinson, Tiffany, ‘Tiffany Atkinson applauds two new poetry collections that eschew sensationalism and fashion’, New Welsh Review, 71 (Spring 2006), 76–77 (Review of Dürer’s Hare by Anna Wigley)
  • Barnie, John, Rev. of The Bird Hospital, by Anna Wigley, in Gwales (2002), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781843230687&tsid=73 – top>[accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Bolam, Robyn, ‘Secrets of houses, the lure of the sea and minor keys of rain’, Magma, 36 (Winter 2006), 66–67 (Review of Dürer’s Hare by Anna Wigley)
  • Burrows, Wayne, ‘Look at these’, Poetry Review, 95.3 (Autumn 2005), 101 (Review of Dürer’s Hare by Anna Wigley)
  • Burrows, Wayne. Rev. of Ffiniau/Borders, ed. Elin ap Hywel and Grahame Davies, and The Bird Hospital, by Anna Wigley. Poetry Wales, 38.2 (Autumn 2002), 70–71
  • Gray, Kathryn. Rev. of Woods etc., by Alice Oswald, and Dürer’s Hare, by Anna Wigley. Poetry Wales, 41.2 (Autumn 2005), 69
  • Heywood, Elizabeth, ‘Reasonable Wonder’, Acumen, 52 (May 2005), 119–120 (Review of Dürer’s Hare by Anna Wigley)
  • Hooker, Jeremy, ‘Planted in Earth’, Planet, 172 (August/September 2005), 93–94 (Review of Dürer’s Hare by Anna Wigley)
  • Hughes, Suzy Ceulan, Rev. of Waking in Winter, by Anna Wigley, in Gwales (2009),  <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781843239703&tsid=73 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Knight, Stephen. Rev. of The Bird Hospital, by Anna Wigley. New Welsh Review, 57 (Summer 2002), 108–110
  • Maynard, Clare, Rev. of Dürer’s Hare, by Anna Wigley, in Gwales (2005), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781843234982&tsid=73 – top> [accessed 20 November 2012]
  • Mullaney, Julie, ‘Travel and Returns’, PN Review, 167 (January–February 2006), 90 (Review of Dürer’s Hare by Anna Wigley)
  • Powell, Claire, ‘The Human and the Natural’, Planet, 157 (February/March 2003), 99, (Review of The Bird Hospital by Anna Wigley)
  • Smith, Christopher J.P. Rev. of The Bird Hospital by Anna Wigley, and From a Diary of Non-events by Michael Hamburger, and The Gift of Gravity, Selected Poems 1968–2000, by Wendell Berry. Acumen, 45 (January 2003) 95–96
  • Thomas, Lucy, ‘Water Music’, Planet, 196 (Autumn 2009), 147 (Review of Waking in Winter by Anna Wigley)

Jeni Williams

  • Hopkinson, Amanda, ‘Reverberations’, Planet, 198 (Spring 2010), 133 (Review of Being the Famous Ones by Jeni Williams)
  • Hughes, Suzy Ceulan, Rev. of Being the Famous Ones, by Jeni Williams, in Gwales (2009), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781905762446&tsid=77 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • James, Molly. Rev. of The Earth Singing, by Sue Moules, and Notes for a Life, by Sally Roberts Jones, and Being the Famous Ones, by Jeni Williams, and Pursued by a Bear, by David Woolley. Poetry Wales, 46.4 (Spring 2011), 70
  • Mackenzie, Rob A., ‘Rob A. Mackenzie considers two recent debut collections of poetry’, New Welsh Review, 88 (Summer 2010), 83–84 (Review of Being the Famous Ones by Jeni Williams)

John Fraser Williams

  • Pryce, Alex, Review of Clueless Dogs, Rhian Edwards, and Scan, by John Fraser Williams, and 10 of the Best, edited by Lucy Llewellyn. Poetry Wales, 48.2 (Autumn 2012), 61–62

Nerys Williams

  • Brackenbury, Alison. Rev. of Sound Archive, by Nerys Williams, and The Sleepwalker at Sea, by Kelly Grovier. Poetry Wales, 47.2 (Autumn 2011), 59–60 (59 and 59–60)
  • Fritz, Leah, ‘Five Debutants’, Poetry Review, 101.4 (Winter 2011), 121–122 (Review of Sound Archive by Nerys WiIliams)
  • Greening, John. Rev. of Saving Spaces, by Ian Pople, and Sound Archive, by Nerys Williams, and House of Tongues, by Susan Wicks. The Warwick Review, Vol. V No. 3 (September 2011), 137–138
  • Hopkinson, Amanda. Rev. of Sound Archive, by Nerys Williams. Planet, 206 (May 2012), 149–151
  • King, Jemma, Rev. of Sound Archive, by Nerys Williams, in Gwales (2011), <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9781854115386&tsid=75 – top> [accessed 13 November 2012]
  • North, Kate, ‘Kate North sees in Williams an “alchemy of past and present” and in Clifford a “moment in the unexpected”’, New Welsh Review, 94 (Winter 2011), 85–88 (Review of Sound Archive by Nerys Williams)
  • Wilkinson, Ben, ‘Poetry: review’, Guardian Review (16 July 2011), 14 (Review of Sound Archive by Nerys Williams)
  • Wilkinson, Ben, ‘Poetry: review’, in Guardian Books (15 July 2011), <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2011/jul/15/auden-poetry-reviews?INTCMP=SRCH> [accessed 11 November 2012] (Review of Sound Archive by Nerys Williams)
  • Yeh, Jane, ‘Ingenious Devices’, Poetry London, 71 (Spring 2012), 40 (Review of Sound Archive by Nerys Williams)

Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch

  • Alexander, Neal. Rev. of Banjo, by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch. Planet, 210 (Summer 2013), 153–155
  • Arshi, Mona. Rev. of The Butterfly Hotel by Roger Robinson, Envoy by Tom Vaughan, and Lime & Winter by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch. The North, 52 (Spring 2014), 114–115
  • Bartholomew-Biggs, Michael, Rev. of Banjo, by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch, in London Grip (Summer 2012),  <http://londongrip.co.uk/2012/06/poetry-review-summer-2012-wynne-rhydderch/> [accessed 19 November 2012]
  • Beagan, Glenda, ‘Two Worlds’, Planet, 151 (February/March 2002), 106–107 (Review of Rockclimbing in Silk by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch)
  • Brackenbury, Alison. Rev. of Banjo, by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch, and Everything Begins ElsewherePoetry Wales, 48.2 (Autumn 2012), 68–69
  • Entwistle, Alice, ‘Alison Entwistle finds this ‘precision-tooled’ new collection magnetizing’, New Welsh Review, 96 (Summer 2012), 72–73 (Review of Banjo by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch)
  • Evans-Bush, Katy. Rev. of Imagined Sons by Carrie Etter, My Family and Other Superheroes by Jonathan Edwards, and Lime & Winter by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch. Poetry Wales, 50.2 (Autumn 2014), 67–68
  • Gamble, Miriam, ‘Miriam Gamble reviews Not in These Shoes by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch’, in Tower Poetry (2008), <http://www.towerpoetry.org.uk/poetry-matters/reviews/reviews-archive/221- miriam-gamble-reviews-not-in-these-shoes-by-samantha-wynne-rhydderch> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Griffin, Carl. Rev. of Lime & Winter, by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch, in Wales Arts Review (2014), <http://www.walesartsreview.org/lime-winter-by-samantha-wynne-rhydderch/> [accessed 23 May 2014]
  • Hartill, Graham. ‘Convention and Beyond’, Poetry Review, 98.4 (Winter 2008), 112-113 (Review of Not in These Shoes by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch)
  • Hubbard, Sue, ‘Personal Projects’, Poetry London, 78 (Summer 2014), 51 (Review of Lime & Winter by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch)
  • Hughes, Suzy Ceulan, Rev. of Not In These Shoes, by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch, in Gwales (2008),  <http://www.gwales.com/bibliographic/?isbn=9780330451468&tsid=97 – top> [accessed 11 November 2012]
  • Manhire, Bill, ‘From the Mild Blue Yonder’, Poetry London, 74 (Spring 2013), 32–33 (Review of Banjo by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch)
  • McCulloch, Andrew, ‘Divine Shreds’, Times Literary Supplement, 5766 (4 October, 2013), 22 (Review of Banjo by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch)
  • McCulloch, Andrew, ‘Pamphleteers’, Times Literary Supplement, 5825 (21 November, 2014), 21 (Review of Lime & Winter by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch)
  • McGuinness, Patrick. Rev. of Rockclimbing in Silk, by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch. Poetry Wales, 37.3 (Winter 2001/02), 63–65
  • Milne, W.S., ‘Omnium Gatherum of Welsh Books’, Agenda, 44.2–3 (Spring 2009), 142 (Review of Not in These Shoes by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch)
  • Minhinnick, Robert. Rev. of Stranded on Ithaca, by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch. Poetry Wales, 35.1 (July 1999), 64
  • Moore, Fiona, ‘To the Ends of the Earth’, Poetry Review, 102.3 (Autumn 2012), 113–114 (Review of Banjo by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch)
  • Phillips, Ivan, ‘Split Skirt Narratives’, New Welsh Review, 54 (Winter 2001), 8–10 (Review of Rockclimbing in Silk by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch)
  • Utting, Susan. Rev. of The Zig Zag Woman, by Maggie Sawkins, and Not In These Shoes, by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch. The North, 42 (2008), 69–70
  • Williams, Gee, ‘Stopping Off’, Planet, 192 (December/January 2008/9), 99 (Review of Not in These Shoes by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch)
  • Williams, John Hartley. Rev. of Blind Spots, by Carol Rumens, and Not in These Shoes, by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch’, Poetry Wales, 44.3 (Winter 2008/9), 67–68

Reviews of Anthologies

  • Caldwell, Roger, ‘A barrelful of Voices’, Planet, 179 (October/November 2006), 96–98 (Review of Seren Selections edited by Amy Wack)
  • Coles, Sarah. Rev. of 10 of the Best. Planet, 207 (August 2012), 148–149
  • Houston, Douglas,‘Rough Guide to Wales’, Poetry Review, 90.4 (Winter 2000/1), 65–67 (Review of Oxygen: New Poets from Wales edited by Amy Wack and Grahame Davies)
  • Kennedy David. Rev. of Oxygen, New Poets from Wales, edited by Amy Wack and Grahame Davies. Poetry Wales, 36.2 (Autumn 2000), 61–64
  • Kennedy, David, ‘Towards Post-Welshness?’ Planet, 162 (December/January 2003/4), 98–100 Review of The Pterodactyl’s Wing edited by Richard Gwyn)
  • Lloyd, David, ‘Craft and Sincerity’, Planet, 145 (February/March 2001), 102–104 (Review of Oxygen: New Poets from Wales edited by Amy Wack and Grahame Davies)
  • Wack, Amy. Rev. of The Pterodactyl’s Wing, edited by Richard Gwyn. Poetry Wales, 39.2 (Autumn 2003), 60–63
  • Williams, John Hartley. Rev. of Seren Selections, edited by Amy Wack. Poetry Wales, 42.2 (Autumn 2006), 69–70