Fasten your safety belt and jet with us over to New York where we try to get a grip on the elusive eel of postmodernism. Who better to talk to than Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino? He edits the outstanding postmodern magazine eratio and is author of an impressive body of postmodern work, which takes poetry, novels and critical theory into its ambit. A selection is available in The Wet Motorcycle and other work available here. Gregory's rigour is unquestionable. Baffling or spellbinding? You decide.
Next Peter lopes back into Romanticism escaping into the opening lines of The Prelude by William Wordsworth while Robin examines the much pored over facsimile and transcript of that familiar Modernist classic He Do The Police In Different Voices by T.S.Eliot.