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Paul Batchelor

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Books by this author: The Acts of Oblivion
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  • English poet and critic Paul Batchelor’s first collection of poems, The Sinking Road, was published by Bloodaxe in 2008. A chapbook, The Love Darg, was published by Clutag in 2014. He has won the Times Stephen Spender Prize for Translation and the Edwin Morgan International Poetry Prize. His reviews have appeared in the New Statesman, the Guardian, Poetry, and the Times Literary Supplement. He is Director of Creative Writing at Durham University.
    Praise for Paul Batchelor 'the most accomplished poet of his generation'
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