Monday, 30 July 2007


Mimesis 2 is now out - an important second issue for a new, promising, small magazine devoted to the best international poetry from little and well known poets. It's edited by the poet James A.L. Midgley.

I'm in this issue, along with Andrew Sheilds, E. Kristin Anderson and Charlotte Runcie, others, and George Szirtes (an interview). At 55 or so pages, it is slim, well-produced, atttractively put together, and was sent to me rapidly after being published. What's not to like?

Okay, I'd like to see the next few issues develop a masthead that has some contributing editors, maybe tells us where the magzine is published from - and poetry reviews would be good, too.

Still, Mimesis is hereby Eyewear-recommended as a place for poets young and old to send work to.
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