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Martin Caseley

Martin Caseley writes regularly in PN Review, Agenda and The Countryman on poetry and rural life. ­Recent essays and reviews have discussed Thomas Hardy, Louis MacNeice, Bob Dylan, John Greening, Ronnie Lane and Jeremy Hooker. He is a big admirer of the cartoons of George Herriman, the poetry of Roy Fisher and the jazz-dub of Jah Wobble.

Martin Caseley's work featured in PN Review comprises three reports, one article, one interview, and two reviews, over a period of 22 years.
Further Reading
Subscribers only Interview in PN Review 135 (2000) in conversation with Charles Wright
Subscribers only Article in PN Review 198 (2011) Snapshots of Ypres
Subscribers only Report in PN Review 238 (2017) Letter from Ipsley
Subscribers only Report in PN Review 247 (2019) Letter from Norfolk
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 252 (2020) on Clive James on Philip Larkin
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 258 (2021) On John Greening
Subscribers only Report in PN Review 259 (2021) On Midsummer Rain
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