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Steven Earnshaw, E.A. Markham & Sean O'Brian (eds)
Ten Hallam Poets
Sheffield: Mew Press, 2005
ISBN: 1843871238
Pback; 98pp

Ten Hallam Poets is an anthology by poets who participated in the Sheffield Hallam University's creative writing programme at some time or another. It contains six to eight poems by each contributor, most of whom are from England. The poems in this collection represent a diversity of themes and forms, but are generally clear and draw one in. There are the light narrative verse of Tony Williams, with an edge to it. There are Shelley Roche's poems entering snapshots of artists past. There are the sadness of things lost and ancient journeys in James Sheard and a grimace in Tim Turnbull's satire. Many of the poems use references to literature from other times, e.g. Amy Lowell, Shakespeare, the Rosettisbut never in a way that riddles the poem, they rather light up a present understanding.

Gabeba Baderoon is the only South African poet in the collection*. Her seven poems in this anthology also appear in her collection The Dream in the Next Body. The poem 'My Tongue Softens on The Other Name' is the most directly set in South Africa and recalls the garden in her mother's back yard and her brother guarding over his plants while "Light wells over the rim of the stone basin/and collects itself into the moon." Two poems respond to the war in Iraq'War Triptych: Silence, Glory, Love' does so directly by starting with a note on the bombings on a holy day in Najaf. She imagines two stories of love and loss in this war, with the realisation that such pain lives anew in the lives of people: "We will meet memory again... always for the first time." The impact of the war is clear in her thoughts on seeing a photograph of someone's hand in 'Taking Your Hand'. The poem starts with the images of hands in famous paintings, moves to thoughts on hands of someone dear to her, then addresses this picture
I know nothing
except one truth of this hand.
It has grown to an age to an age when it can hold
a gun.
In the opening poem, the narrator meditates on the impossible demands of beaurocracies to know her clearly, fully. To obtain a visum, she states "I must leave behind all uncertainties./I cannot myself be a question." It is through her gentle questioning that she reveals the complexities in belonging and a tenderness towards selves attempting to live with the people they love and with loss by using everyday imagesa shirt hanging over a chair, taking a sip of water late at night, holding a child's hand.

*This review focuses on Baderoon's poems as she is a South African poet. I do not wish to imply that the other poems in this anthology are lesser poems.

Marike Beyers