The new issue of War Poetry Review, the journal of the War Poets Association, is now published. Essays include Jean Liddiard on Rosenberg, Derek Shiel on David Jones, and Stuart Lee and Kate Lindsay on the First World War Poetry Digital Archive. You can view the full list of contents here.
Update: In other news, a conference on 'Tales of War' has been announced to take place in Bucharest next July. I admit that I can't make head nor tail of the Call for Papers: 'As a phenomenological issue, as the privileged subject matter of cultural debates, historiography, theology, philosophy, interpretation strategies and anthropological research the problematic of war appears to illustrate and confirm, beyond Eliade's "terror of history" or Ricoeur's "hermeneutics of suspicion", the correlatives of subjectivity, as well as a richly connotative "existential heritage" of the "fallable man".' Etc.