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Child – Poetry London (Summer, 2012) by Claire Crowther >click here<

Child – The Cadaverine (June 2012) by Kim Moore (

Child – Magma Poetry (issue 53) by Zöe Brigley >click here<

Child – Poetry Salzburg Review (no.22/Aut. 2012) by David Malcolm >click here<

Child – Artemis Poetry (issue 8/May 2012) by Dilys Woods >click here<

Child – A Recommendation by Marilyn Hacker (2011) (

The Meanest Flower – Poetry London (Spring, 2008) by Carol Rumens

The Meanest Flower – Poetry Review (Winter, 2007/8) by David Morley (

The Meanest Flower – The Guardian, 2007 >click here<

The Meanest Flower – Camden New Journel, 2007 (

The Chine – Poetry Wales, 2002 >click here<

The Chine – Critical Survey by John Haynes, 2002 >click here<


On-line reviews

The Meanest Flower – PN Review Online 'The Art of the Simmulation' by Fiona Sampson

‘The Voices Come In’: Review of In White Ink by Martin Turner (

The Reader Reviews, Review of The Chine by Kate Keogan

English Literary Linguistic Studies: Review of The Chine by Anne Ryland in Frank's Casket ( down)

Boston Review: 'Not Your Father’s Formalism' by Rafael Campo (


Critical Essays, some included in Bibliography (more substantial than reviews):

Feeling-Fields & Mirrorwork: The Poetry of Mimi Khalvati by John Killick, Poetry Review Summer 1995

Poetic Assessment by Glyn Pursglove, Acumen May 1996

Truman on Khalvati by Christopher Truman, Sheffield Thursday Spring 1999

Language with Attitude by Dilys Wood, Second Light Newsletter XI

A Note on Mimi Khalvati’s Free Verse in relation to Theme, by John Haynes

Places of Memories, Memories of Place: the Poetry of Mimi Khalvati by Eleonora Chiavetta, ‘British Braids: Intercultural dynamics in the British isles today’, Brunel University, 19-21 April 2001

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