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No.3 2017 War of the Beasts and the Animals

War of the Beasts and the Animals

2017 Number 3

MPT’s autumn issue ‘War of the Beasts and the Animals’ focuses on Ukrainian and Russian poetry, with a selection o...

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explosions are the new normal...


explosions are the new normal, you grow used to them
stop noticing that you, with your ordinary ways, are a goner
a trigge...

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MPT events this December

Poetry at the Print Room | 5 December, 7.30pm

With readings from Sinéad Morrissey, Michael Symmons Roberts and Maria Stepanova. Attendees are welcomed to join staff and friends for drinks at the Print Room after the readings as we say farewell to MPT editor Sasha Dugdale. Read more and book tickets.


Royal Court Theatre | 19 December, 6.00-6.30pm | WAR OF THE BEASTS...

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CLARE POLLARD - NEW EDITOR APPOINTED FOR MODERN POETRY IN TRANSLATION

We are delighted to announce that Clare Pollard will succeed Sasha Dugdale as MPT Editor from autumn 2017. Clare Pollard will follow in the footsteps of Ted Hughes and Daniel Weissbort, founding editors of MPT (1965), David and Helen Constantine, and most recently, Sasha Dugdale...

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