A new issue of Signals magazine is online:

This issue of Signals looks at the work of several poet-critics. Setting the scene for his study English Poetry 1900-1950, C.H. Sisson exposes the nebulous mists of the 1890s. Sisson praises the poets of the period (e.g. Lionel Johnson, Ernest Downson) for their immersion in the classics, lamenting the lack of such learning among more recent practitioners ...

Also contains an interview with Peter Robinson and a commentary piece on Geoffrey Hill.

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