Pax Vobiscum Entertaining as Jeremy Paxman’s stance on contemporary poetry is, it’s nice to see real poets come out and attack the issue from the other side. George Szirtes’ unpicking of the strands of Paxman’s rhetoric is a particularly good place to start: it points to a much more detailed map of what poetry is, one that...
Review: Three Poets Meirion Jordan reviews some recently published titles from Seren.
Review: The Museum of Disappearing Sounds (Zoë Skoulding) Julia Webb reviews Skoulding's 2013 paperback "The Museum of Disappearing Sounds", a collection by Zoë Skoulding
The year’s doors open Angus Sinclair looks back at the past year for Lighthouse and ahead to what 2014 has in store.
Office Hours There's a new deal going on at Gatehouse. I don't even mean our new titles, though we're quietly enthusiastic about Sarah Law's upcoming Ink’s Wish as well as Kiran Millwood Hargreave's recently released Splitfish...
Review: The Hitcher (Hannah Lowe) Chris Ogden returns to the Lighthouse blog to review The Rialto's 2011 pamphlet - The Hitcher by Hannah Lowe.
Game Spaces Part 5: Sleep Furiously Gideon Koppel's film about life in a Welsh village is heartbreaking if you've ever lived in the Welsh countryside. It's a mirror of my childhood, down to the school with its small dining hall where even now I can see the blue plastic cups lined up for us to drink, the dregs of silver-topped milk lining the bottles on the counter.
Splitfish Launch Event Gatehouse Press invites you to celebrate the launch of Splitfish by Kiran Millwood Hargrave at the Poetry Society, London with readings from special guests Helen Mort and Jaya Savige.
Review: The Chicken Diaries Andy MCDonnell reviews "Bork!", poetry pamphlet by Diana Gittins.
Making the ‘difficult second album issue’ Anna and I were very excited about being lead editors on the second issue, but we were nervous - we had a lot to live up to after all.