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The Best of Poetry London

Poetry and Prose 1988-2013

Edited by Tim Dooley and Martha Kapos

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ISBN: 978 1 847772 49 7
Categories: 20th Century, 21st Century, Anthologies, British
Imprint: Carcanet Poetry
Published: August 2014
228 x 214 x 15 mm
192 pages
Publisher: Carcanet Press
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  • From modest beginnings in 1988, when it was a listings newsletter, Poetry London has developed into one of the UK’s leading poetry magazines. Do not be mislead by its name: Poetry London has the same relation to London as The New Yorker has to New York. In other words it is a national and international journal, and as such it spreads its net wide to include the latest work from across the UK and Ireland, but also from Europe, America and other parts of the world, much of it in translation.

    The Best of Poetry London is a selection by editors Tim Dooley and Martha Kapos of the very best poems, reviews and features to mark the 25th anniversary of its publication.
    Tim Dooley
    Tim Dooley is a tutor for The Poetry School in London and a visiting lecturer at the University of Westminster. He was a teacher for many years—a head of department in two comprehensive schools and a senior tutor in a tertiary college. He has also taught poetry at Goldsmiths College and ... read more
    'Poetry London has long been essential reading. Try imagining contemporary poetry without it.'
    Sean O'Brien
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