The eagerly-anticipated fourth instalment from the Stop Sharpening Your Knives collective has ridden into town, and it's bigger and better than ever.
"The poems here provide a reality check on what has long been no more than poetic self-delusion" – James Sutherland-Smith
"Individualistic, anarchic, dissident, argumentative, fun. I wish I'd written some of these myself" – Hugo Williams
"A remarkable gathering of emerging poets" – Lavinia Greenlaw
"Energy, maturity and sharpness" – George Szirtes Stop Sharpening Your Knives 4 is a selection of work from around 30 of the most exciting new young poets around, edited by Emily Berry, Nathan Hamilton, Sam Riviere, and Jack Underwood. The series is fast establishing a reputation for possessing a keen eye for new talent.
The latest intallment includes new poetry from Emily Berry, Theo Best, Amy Blakemore, Ben Borek, Hayley Buckland, Tim Cockburn, Callan Davies, Margot Douaihy, Joe Dunthorne, Charlotte Geater, Matthew Gregory, Nathan Hamilton, Robert Herbert, Charlotte Hoare, Kirsten Irving, Joe Kennedy, Agnes Lehoczky, Mollye Miller, Heather Phillipson, Meghan Purvis, Sam Riviere, Ben Stainton, Jon Stone, Sam Thomas, Emily Toder, Jack Underwood, Chrissy Williams, and Michael Zelenko.
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