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Andrew Johnston

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  • Andrew Johnston is a New Zealand poet who lives in Paris with his wife and two sons. He won the 1994 New Zealand Book Award for poetry for his first book, How to Talk; his most recent collection, Sol, was published in New Zealand in 2007 by Victoria University Press and in Britain in 2008 by Arc Publications. He is an editor at the International Herald Tribune in Paris, and also edits The Page, a digest of the Web’s best writing on poetry. He edited Moonlight: New Zealand Poems on Death and Dying (Random House, 2008) and is working on a critical study of New Zealand poetry.
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