The Yellow Nib is a poetry journal produced in association with The Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry at Queen’s University, Belfast. Issues 1 – 5 are edited by Ciaran Carson. Issue 6 is an online version only and is guest edited by Sudeep Sen entitled The Yellow Nib Modern English Poetry by Indians. Issue 7 is edited by Frank Ormsby and Leontia Flynn. The magazine appears in March and December and publishes poetry, criticism and reviews by new and established writers.
The Yellow Nib No 7 Spring 2012 is edited by Frank Ormsby and Leontia Flynn and contains poems by Fleur Adock, Kerry Hardie, David Harsent, Seamus Heaney, Michael Longley, Penelope Shuttle and David Wheatley.
John Wilson Foster discusses the poetry of Titanic and John F Deane recalls his work translating Tomas Tranströmer.
We have an interview with John Montague and reviews of Carol Ann Duffy, Lavinia Greenlaw, Martin Mooney, Jean Bleakney, John Kinsella, Sean O’Brien, John Burnside, Justin Quinn, John McAuliffe, Derek Mahon and John Montague.
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