coming in issue 33
Published November 2014
Poet-critics: Frances Leviston
on William Logan
Gerry Cambridge on Dennis O’Driscoll
John Lucas on Rory Waterman, Helen Mort and Niall Campbell
Click on the links below to read work from the issue.
‘we may undermine literary originality using biology, history, and literature itself, but we are still, after all our philosophizing, stuck with the ugly, recalcitrant fact of plagiarism. The classical world didn’t fixate on originality the way we do, but they did have a clear concept of plagiarism—the first use of the word dates back to the Roman epigrammatist Martial.
This issue has become curiously relevant in an age when search engines can turn up overlaps (possibly spurious or coincidental) of phrase or image...’
—Amit Majmudar, in the new issue