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Miles Champion

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  • Miles Champion was born in Nottingham, England, in 1968. His books of poetry include Compositional Bonbons Placate (Carcanet, 1996), Three Bell Zero and How to Laugh, and he is the coauthor of How I Became a Painter, a book-length illustrated interview with Trevor Winkfield about Winkfield's work as an editor, publisher, translator and painter. For Carcanet, he edited As When (2015), a selection of Tom Raworth’s writing spanning fifty years, and he is also the editor of Ted Greenwald’s The Age of Reasons: Uncollected Poems 1969–1982. Champion lives in New York City with his wife and daughter. A new collection of poems, A Full Cone, is forthcoming.
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