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This item is taken from PN Review 100, Volume 21 Number 2, November - December 1994.

Acknowledgements
The poems of George Barker are published by Faber & Faber and printed by permission of Elspeth Barker. The poems of W.S. Graham are published by Faber & Faber and printed by permission of Nessie Graham. The poems of DJ. Enright are published by Oxford University Press in Collected Poems 1987 and printed by permission of Watson Little Ltd. and the author. The poems of Michael Hamburger, published by Anvil Press Ltd., are printed by permission of the author. Charles Tomlinson's 'Swimming Chenango Lake', 'Assassin' and 'The Way In' from his Collected Poems (1985), 'A Rose for Janet' from The Return (1987) and 'The Door in the Wall' from The Door in the Wall (1992) are printed by permission of Oxford University Press. The poems of Thomas Kinsella, published by the Peppercanister Press (Dublin) and Oxford University Press, are printed by permission of the author. Thorn Gunn's poems are published by Faber & Faber; those hitherto uncollected have appeared in Threepenny Review, Agenda, the Times Literary Supplement and PN Review and are printed by permission of the author. The poems of Judy Gahagan are printed by permission of the author. Peter Scupham's poems 'The Gatehouse' from Summer Palaces (1980), 'Young Ghost' from Watching the Perseids (1990), 'Under the Barrage' from The Air Show (1988), extracts from 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' from Out Late (1986) and extracts from 'A Habitat' from The Ark (1994) are printed by permission of Oxford University Press. Anne Stevenson's 'Minister' and 'Small Philosophical Poem' from her Selected Poems 1956-1986 (1987) and 'When the Camel is Dust it Goes through the Needle's Eye' from Four and a Half Dancing Men (1993) are printed by permission of Oxford University Press. The poems of R.F. Langley are printed by permission of the author. The poems of Peter Bland are printed by permission of the author. The poems of Robert Nye are printed by permission of the author. The poems of Robert Pinsky are printed by permission of the author. The poems of Jeremy Hooker are published by Enitharmon Press and are printed by permission of the author. David Constantine's extracts from 'In Memoriam' from A Brightness to Cast Shadows, 'Mary Magdalene and the Sun' from Watching for Dolphins, 'Eldon Hole' from Madder mi 'Local Histories' from Selected Poems are printed by permission of Bloodaxe Books Ltd., and 'Ground Elder' by permission of the author. The poems of Dick Davis are published by Anvil Press Ltd.; the hitherto uncollected poems included here are printed by permission of the author. The poems of Michael Haslam are printed by permission of the author. The poems of Michael Vince are published by Carcanet Press Ltd.; the hitherto uncollected poems included here are printed by permission of the author. The poems of Robert Wells are published by Carcanet Press Ltd.; the hitherto uncollected poems in this issue are printed by permission of the author. Denise Riley's poems, except for 'Milk Ink' and 'Problems of Horror' (hitherto uncollected), are from Mop Mop Georgette published by Reality Street Editions, London, in 1993, and are all printed by permission of the author. Marius Kociejowski's poem 'Coast' is from his collection Doctor Honoris Causa (1993), published by Anvil Press Ltd., by whose permission it is printed here. Frank Kuppner's poems are published by Carcanet Press Ltd.; the uncollected poem 'The Kuppneriad' is printed by permission of the author. Gregory Woods's poems are published by Carcanet Press Ltd.; the hitherto uncollected poems included here are printed by permission of the author. John Burnside's poem 'Signal Stop, near Horsley' from Common Knowledge and 'Septuagesima' and 'Aphasia in Childhood' from Feast Days are printed here by permission of Seeker & Warburg; 'Halloween' and 'Avoirdupois' from The Myth of the Irish are printed by permission of Jonathan Cape Ltd. The poems of Carol Ann Duffy are printed by permission of Anvil Press Ltd. Michael Hulse's 'Raffles Hotel' and 'The Architecture of Air' from Eating Strawberries in the Necropolis (19 91) are printed by permission of Collins Harvill; 'Burlem' (uncollected) and 'Knowing' (from Knowing and Forgetting, Secker & Warburg, 1981) are printed by permission of the author. Michael Hofmann's 'Kleist in Paris' and 'For Gert Hofmann' are printed by permission of the author; 'Nights in the Iron Hotel' from the book of that title, 'Author, Author' from Acrimony and 'Sally' and 'Postcard from Cuernavaca' from Corona, Corona are printed by permission of Faber & Faber Ltd. Stephen Romer's poems 'Higher Things' and 'Coming Back' from Idols (1986) and 'The Weight of It' and 'The Work' from Plato's Ladder (1992) are printed by permission of Oxford University Press; the uncollected poem 'Blocks and Scaffolds' is printed by permission of the author. The poems of Iain Bamforth are published by Carcanet Press Ltd.; the uncollected poems included here are printed by permission of the author. The poems of Vona Groarke, from her first collection, are printed by permission of the author and of Gallery Press. The poems of Miles Champion are printed by permission of the author. The poems of Sinéad Morrisey are printed by permission of the author. The poems of Edgell Rickword, Laura Riding, E.H. Scovell, Sorley Maclean, F.T. Prince, Anne Ridler, C.H. Sisson, John Heath-Stubbs, Edwin Morgan, David Wright, Donald Davie, Patricia Beer, Christopher Middleton, John Ashbery, Iain Crichton Smith, Elaine Feinstein, PJ. Kavanagh, Alistair Elliot, Jon Stallworthy, Gillian Clarke, Les Murray, Brian Jones, Andrew Waterman, John Peck, Roger Garfitt, Eavan Boland, Jeffrey Wainwright, Mimi Khalvati, Clive Wilmer, Bill Manhire, Norm Sibum, Neil Powell, Grevel Lindop, Vicki Raymond, John Gallas, Charles Boyle, Alison Brackenbuiy, Sujata Bhatt, Ian McMillan, Peter Sansom, Chris McCully, Justin Quinn, Sophie Hannah and Adam Schwartzman are printed by permission of the authors or their Estates and Carcanet Press Ltd.

This item is taken from PN Review 100, Volume 21 Number 2, November - December 1994.



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