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John Foggin's Blogspot review of 'The Unreturning'

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Catching up: Martin Malone’s “The Unreturning”

[from Part 2 The Unreturning]

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Glyn Pursglove Review of 'Larksong Static' for ACUMEN 100

Posted by on May 28, 2021 at 10:00 AM Comments comments (7)


Larksong Static: Selected Poems 2005-2021 (The Hedgehog Poetry Press, 5 Coppack House...

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Review of 'Larksong Static: Selected Poems 2005-2020' in London Grip

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London Grip Poetry Review – 

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Review of 'The Unreturning' from the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship Journal.

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REVIEW: The Unreturning by Martin M...

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Interview for the Grierson Centre at the University of Aberdeen

Posted by on February 13, 2021 at 10:30 AM Comments comments (0)

             Sir Herbert Grierson Centre for Textual Criticism and Comparative Literary History


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Siobhán Campbell Review of 'The Unreturning' in POETRY IRELAND REVIEW 132

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Siobhán Campbell


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Review of 'Larksong Static: Selected Poems 2005-2020' by Siegfried Baber

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Review: Larksong Static by Martin Malone

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Interview for Deuxiemepeau Poetry

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Hedgehog Poetry Press- The Minds behind the Madness

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Advance review of 'Larksong Static' by Sheenagh Pugh

Posted by on October 11, 2020 at 4:30 PM Comments comments (6)


Review of Larksong Static: Selected Poems 2005-2020 by Martin Malone, pub. Hedgehog P...

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Hedgehog Poetry Interview, 19/7/2018

Posted by on February 10, 2019 at 2:45 PM Comments comments (13)

1. I genuinely loved Mr. Willett’s Summertime. I suppose the obvious question is why you decided to write about WW1 (felt able to, maybe) when it was done so well by people who were there.

I’m very glad you enjoyed it, David. And the parenthesised part of your inquiry really gets to the heart of matters, ...

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