'Prac Crit' Poetry Launch: with Howe, Capildeo, Waldron, Villanueva and McLane

Listen to this podcast of poetry 'up close' with Prac Crit’s founding editor and winner of T.S Eliot Prize, Sarah Howe. Four recently featured poets: Vahni Capildeo, Mark Waldron, R.A. Villanueva and Maureen McLane read and discuss their latest work.

Prac Crit is a unique digital magazine dedicated to poetry and criticism, which has recently published some of the most exciting poets writing in English. Thanks to its innovative two-pane layout, Prac Crit sets single poems alongside essays and interviews that sound out their depths.

Vahni Capildeo’s Measures of Expatriation is shortlisted for the 2016 T.S. Eliot Prize. The new collection by Next Generation Poet, Mark Waldron, is Meanwhile, Trees. R.A. Villanueva’s debut, Reliquaria won the Prairie Schooner Book Prize. On a rare visit from New York, Maureen McLane read from Mz N: the serial, recently excerpted in the London Review of Books.

Maureen McLane and Sarah Howe will be back at the shop on Wednesday 24 April to launch McLane first selected, What I'm Looking For. Book here.