You lot are Dunf for: Smith rattles home past the dire Dunfermline defence' It's been one yell of a week: Stevie Smith
roars with delight after netting his first goal for Rangers, as the crisis club ended a bad seven days with a win
has also come in and looked pretty decent in the jersey and been confident."
is baffled as to why Kilmarnock failed to turn up at Ross County last week only to excel against Rangers on Friday.
has revealed Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark was so unconcerned by stories surrounding his Rugby Park future that he did not even bother addressing his players on the subject.
But defender Stevie Smith
does return from suspension.
Novel on Yellow Paper by Stevie Smith
(Jonathan Cape, 1936) In my early teens, I outgrew the Glebe library and began buying paperbacks in a small bookshop in a nearby town.
Past recipients of the Gold Medal include WH Auden (1936), John Betjeman (1960), Philip Larkin (1965), Stevie Smith
(1969) and Ted Hughes (1974).
And then in graduate school I happened upon the poems of the much underappreciated Stevie Smith
, whose lines seemed to veer wildly through runs of romping anapests, then to pull up short on a caesura, to pause, to look around and rethink themselves.
"I try to avoid looking forward or backward, and try to keep looking upward." A soupcon of Stevie Smith
for Stevie G?
It was refreshing to read the account of Stevie Smith
's and Jason Lewis's human-powered ocean crossings (Pedalling the Pacific, November 2008).
Thomas and Welsh poetry; Stevie Smith
, Sylvia Plath and Jo Shapcott; Ted Hughes and Geoffrey Hill; poetry by West Indians living in the UK; Tony Harrison, Peter Reading, Ken Smith, Sean O'Brien; Edwin Morgan, Douglas Dunn, Liz Lochhead, Robert Crawford, Don Patterson, and Kathleen Jamie; and finally, James Fenton, Craig Raine, Christopher Reid, Simon Armitage, and Carol Ann Duffy.
TWO decades in the life of the poet Stevie Smith
are told in a torrent of words.