The Spring issue features poems from Fred D’Aguiar, Daisy Lafarge, Dorothea Lasky, and Matthew Dickman. An essay by Will Harris explores the complexities of writing poetry from a particular moral vantage point, in a vital contribution to the debate about identity and the limits of craft that is shaping our critical moment. The interview sees Leo Boix talk to Fred D’Aguiar about his literary pantheon, on the eve of publishing his seventh collection, Translations from Memory. Meanwhile, our critics review new collections by Jericho Brown, Andrew McMillan, Raymond Antrobus, Kathryn Maris and Liz Berry. The issue closes with a moving tribute to the recently departed Matthew Sweeney, from his friend and former Poetry London reviews editor Tim Dooley.