About Katy Evans-Bush

Katy Evans-Bush was born in New York City and has lived in London since she was 19. Her poetry and criticism have appeared in journals and anthologies on both sides of the Atlantic. She is one of six poets featured in The Like of It, published in 2005 by Baring and Rogerson (London).


Katy Evans-Bush Has written the following articles:


The Tawdry Halo of the Idle Martyr: MacNeice’s Autumn Journal

As Reviewed By: Katy Evans-Bush In 1963, after Louis MacNeice’s premature death of pneumonia, Philip Larkin wrote that “his poetry was the poetry of our everyday life, of shop-windows, traffic policemen, ice-cream soda, lawn-mowers, and an uneasy awareness of what the news-boys were shouting . . . he displayed a sophisticated sentimentality about falling leaves […]

Posted in Featured, October 2007: Louis MacNeice Special Issue, ReviewsComments (0)

The Many Truths of Michael Donaghy

Michael Donaghy (1954-2004) As Reviewed By: Katy Evans-Bush Imagine growing up in a society where one’s first and only experience of music occurred in a schoolroom, where the beauty of music was meticulously analysed and explained to you and where you were judged by your ability to explain it in turn. In one sense, of […]

Posted in December 2004: In Memoriam, FeaturedComments (0)