Saturday, 19 March 2011

Emily Critchley - Sonnets for Luke

Emily Critchley read a PhD at the University of Cambridge in contemporary,
American women’s experimental writing and philosophy, where she was the
recipient of the John Kinsella & Tracy Ryan Poetry Prize in 2004. She now
teaches English & Creative Writing at the University of Greenwich. Her
published poetry includes: Hopeful for Love are th’ Impoverish’d of Faith
(Torque Press, 2010), When I Say I Believe Women (Bad Press, 2006) & Love
/ All That / & OK: Selected Writing (Penned in the Margins, 2011).

Sonnets for Luke (multi version)


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