Over the past few months we have made some changes to Rochford Street Review. Most of the rough ends of the new design seemed to have been ironed out and Issue 26 is now live.
Vivienne Dadour is the featured artist for the issue and there will an interview with Vivienne coming up soon looking at her body of work and upcoming projects.
There is poetry by David Butler, Tricia Dearborn, Amanda Joy, Robyn Rowland and a video poem by Marie Craven & Lucy English.
All along with reviews articles and launch speeches.
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