of Ponds and Pools II
of Ponds and Pools III
of Ponds and Pools IV
Jennifer Cooke is a London-based poet whose work can be found online and in print, courtesy of the following publications, among others: Onedit, Great Works, Quid, Punch, Intercapillary Space, Breach, Succour and Archive of the Now. She edited an East Midlands issue of Cleaves journal while living in Leicester two years ago. Her poem-sequence set to music composed by Adam Robinson, Steel Girdered Her Musical: In Several Parts, is the topic of a chapter in the forthcoming book, Britannia’s New Tongues, by David and Christine Kennedy. A book collection of her poetry is coming out this year (or next) with Contraband Press, University of Surrey, entitled *not suitable for domestic sublimation. With Emily Critchley, she runs a poetry reading group in London. Jennifer is currently (& slowly) writing a series of poems about water, another text and music collaboration with Adam Robinson. A Lecturer in English at Loughborough University, she has publications on modernism, contemporary poetry, psychoanalysis, and Hélène Cixous. She is author of Legacies in Plague in Literature, Theory and Film (Palgrave, 2009) and is currently writing a monograph entitled Experimentalism, Intimacy, Affect which examines the usage of intimacy as an experimental tactic in texts from modernism to the present.
Both Inf. Ed. & Jennifer would like to thank Nicholas Fitzroy-Dale for his technical support.
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