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Toby Martinez de las Rivas’s Terror Jousts With Geoffrey Hill’s Manifold Anatomy of Guilt September 4, 2015: “The first poet to rise to Geoffrey Hill’s manifold challenges is Toby Martinez de las Rivas,” writes Dai George for Boston Review. What might those be? How about guilt: “The [...] by

Geoffrey Hill’s Broken Hierarchies: Poems 1952-2012 Reviewed at the Guardian November 20, 2013: Today at the Guardian, Nicholas Lezard reviews the latest (and gargantuan) collection of poetical works by Geoffrey Hill. Lezard begins by reflecting on the fact that in 1985 no one would have [...] by

2012 Poetry Reads April 4, 2013: As a younger writer / I read a lot of the work by my peers / as well as that written by the few generations prior to mine – much of my post-college reading was of poetry written since the early [...] by