John Wilkinson, The Enigma of the Hour

This isn’t a review, but a fond acknowledgement to an old friend, and poet. I’m touched and honoured that John Wilkinson should have dedicated this extraordinary ode to me. You can read it here. I’d say more, but there’s no need; the work speaks for itself. I would just say though that it’s available to be read because the Cambridge Literary Review has made it available, initially in print form and now on-line. CLR is a consistently interesting, imaginative and thoughtfully edited review, and not only for people connected to Cambridge – the next issue has a recently re-discovered story by Donald Barthelme, for example. I suggest you take a look.

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