Freeman’s issue 1

“A new literary magazine from ex-Granta editor John Freeman, containing new work from (amongst others) Haruki Murakami, Lydia Davis, Louise Erdrich, Dave Eggers. It’s an unpretentious, vibrant joy from start to finish. Seek it out.” — Euan

Between the Woods and the Water

“Just now I’m walking across Europe. It’s the 1930s and I’m in Hungary, in the company of Patrick Leigh Fermor. “At 18, and after being expelled from school, he decided—as you do—to walk from The Netherlands to Istanbul. Between the Woods and the Water is...

Poetry magazine

“I usually love the translation issues of Poetry magazine, but the March 2012 issue really knocked my socks off. It has some great versions of Gottfried Benn translated by Michael Hofman, an excellent feature on Marina Tsvetaeva, and Geofrrey Brock’s...

Far Off Places podcast

“One of the few literary podcasts I regularly listen to, Far Off Places features readings of quality short stories and poetry alongside news from the Edinburgh-based literary magazine of the same name. It never outstays its welcome.” — Euan

How Poetry Saved My Life

“How Poetry Saved My Life by Amber Dawn, published in 2013 by my all-time favourite publishing house: Arsenal Pulp Press. It is a rough autobiography of short prose pieces interspersed with poems detailing the instances that pushed her to discover the power of...