Tag Archives: Christopher Reid

A note on MacCaig

(This brief note arose from a Facebook chat with Alan Buckley, in which I suppose I was outlining something of what I think of as Secondariness – how certain writers, indeed certain literatures, are perceived as outside the frame of … Continue reading

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The Three Ms: Mammoth, Minerva, and Merkin

Mark Doty, Deep Lane (Cape); Frances Leviston, Disinformation (Picador); Christopher Reid, The Curiosities (Faber). (Three collections reviewed for the June issue of Literary Review, here with – slightly – critical notes restored.) Mark Doty’s ninth collection displays his customary gifts … Continue reading

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