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Edited by Cheryl Moskowitz and Stav Poleg

Edited by Cheryl Moskowitz and Stav Poleg

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Find yourself a seat, make yourself comfortable and enjoy the issue!

Poems (selection):

Anthony Caleshu - I am light threefold, measurer of the region, exhaustless heat, burnt-oblation

Kate Rutter - Peterloo: Estimated Wrap 19.00

Maria Taylor - And there she was in the shrunken apartment like Joan Crawford, toy dog on her lap

Andrew McMillan - Curtain

Liz Lefroy - They are incidental,

Sandra Burnett - Sixties Usherette

Articles:

Magma 71 Editorial

The Writer as Collaborator Stav Poleg In what ways do we, as writers, respond to films? I come back time and again to the cinema of Agnès Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri. When I watch The Taste of Others and Comme…

Poets and Filmmakers: from Page to Screen

In the following article, poets Stav Poleg (Magma) and Jennifer Williams (University of Edinburgh) introduce the collaboration of Magma Poetry with the University of Edinburgh and the Festival of Creative Learning... 

Magma Poetry in Collaboration with the University of Edinburgh

The Films For an introduction about the collaboration go to: Poets and Filmmakers: from Page to Screen   Pegasus in the Lab Film-poem by Marios Lizides after a poem by Ginny Saunders Marios Lizides: I consider…

Inspired: Caroline Bird responds to filmmaker Rebecca E Marshall’s feature Fever of the Light

In each issue we ask a contemporary poet for a poem which draws inspiration from another poet’s work. Here, Caroline Bird responds to filmmaker Rebecca E Marshall’s feature Fever of the Light. Co-editor Cheryl Moskowitz met them to discuss their…

A Dark Stage — Magma 71 Reviews

AND Michael Mackmin (Happenstance Press, £10.00) Joy Sasha Dugdale (Carcanet, £7.99) Fortune Cookie Jenna Clake (Eyewear Publishing, £10.99) Read backwards, AND is DNA and the ‘Poems 1970 – 2017’ are encoded with Mackmin’s life – its loves and losses, which…

Find yourself a seat, make yourself comfortable and enjoy the issue!

Poems (selection):

Anthony Caleshu - I am light threefold, measurer of the region, exhaustless heat, burnt-oblation

Kate Rutter - Peterloo: Estimated Wrap 19.00

Maria Taylor - And there she was in the shrunken apartment like Joan Crawford, toy dog on her lap

Andrew McMillan - Curtain

Liz Lefroy - They are incidental,

Sandra Burnett - Sixties Usherette

Articles:

Magma 71 Editorial

The Writer as Collaborator Stav Poleg In what ways do we, as writers, respond to films? I come back time and again to the cinema of Agnès Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri. When I watch The Taste of Others and Comme…

Poets and Filmmakers: from Page to Screen

In the following article, poets Stav Poleg (Magma) and Jennifer Williams (University of Edinburgh) introduce the collaboration of Magma Poetry with the University of Edinburgh and the Festival of Creative Learning... 

Magma Poetry in Collaboration with the University of Edinburgh

The Films For an introduction about the collaboration go to: Poets and Filmmakers: from Page to Screen   Pegasus in the Lab Film-poem by Marios Lizides after a poem by Ginny Saunders Marios Lizides: I consider…

Inspired: Caroline Bird responds to filmmaker Rebecca E Marshall’s feature Fever of the Light

In each issue we ask a contemporary poet for a poem which draws inspiration from another poet’s work. Here, Caroline Bird responds to filmmaker Rebecca E Marshall’s feature Fever of the Light. Co-editor Cheryl Moskowitz met them to discuss their…

A Dark Stage — Magma 71 Reviews

AND Michael Mackmin (Happenstance Press, £10.00) Joy Sasha Dugdale (Carcanet, £7.99) Fortune Cookie Jenna Clake (Eyewear Publishing, £10.99) Read backwards, AND is DNA and the ‘Poems 1970 – 2017’ are encoded with Mackmin’s life – its loves and losses, which…

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SKU 9771352926027
Subtitle The Film Issue
Editor(s) Moskowitz, Cheryl; Poleg, Stav
Format Paperback
Number of pages 88 pages

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